The Optoma UHD60 projector is a budget (by 4K standards) model with real Ultra HD resolution, which is able to provide a picture with rich colors, high brightness and contrast, amazing detail, and image depth. Despite the fact that the unit isn’t lightweight (15.4 pounds), the Optoma UHD60 review will demonstrate all the important features and help draw your own conclusions regarding this. Pay attention that the device comes with a 2-year limited warranty on the whole construction and 90-days assurance on the lamp.
The Optoma UHD60 4K UHD projector has a compact body frame made of durable plastic. There is a high-quality telephoto lens on the front panel, while the control buttons, elements for manual focusing, and scaling are placed on the top panel. You can find a couple of HDMI ports for transmitting video and audio, a VGA input, USB, and Ethernet ports on the rear side. The remote control allows you to adjust the necessary picture parameters while viewing, improves the convenience of interacting with the equipment. The only design issue is that the top panel looks a little flimsy and leaves the top edge slightly uneven when it is closed.
The Optoma UHD60 can reproduce a picture in Full HD (3840×2160 pixels in 16:9 ratio). It also supports HDR and HDR10 formats, so your game consoles, UHD Blu-Ray players, and other streaming content facilities are fully compatible with it. Its lens is equipped with vertical lens shift technology, which makes image settings and screen/wall/surface matching really seamless. The projector provides a well-designed set of image presets for people who do not really want to get into Optoma UHD60 manual and image settings. Moreover, different backlight options are offered, among which Cinema is especially popular due to its fitting for standard movies with a dynamic range.
The expanded color gamut, along with the increased color brightness provided by HDR, is obvious to the naked eye, as the device covers the DCI-P3 color space. Another important performance specification is its brightness of 3000 lumens. Thus the image is clearly seen not only in the dark or in dimly lit rooms but also in sun-drenched apartments. The uniform distribution of light on the screen causes only positive emotions when viewing. After the Dynamic Black settings turning on, a contrast ratio of 1000000:1 is achieved. Moreover, the facility has an efficient ventilation system with reduces noise and an integrated speaker with an output power of 8W (that is enough for an average classroom). The Optoma UHD60 4K can be conveniently placed in almost any apartment due to the ability to adjust the picture according to the screen peculiarities. The specified model is designed for front and reverse projection mode, while it can be installed on a table, stand, or ceiling mount.