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Optoma UHD30

IT WASN'T LONG ago that 4K HDR projectors were expensive enough to only appeal to system builders fitting out dedicated movie rooms. But since the arrival of DLP 4K models, prices have continued to drop. Optoma's new UHD30 came to market in the Summer with a £1,100 ticket, now reduced to £1,000. But you shouldn't think of this as simply a 'budget' 4K beamer. Optoma loads up the specification list with some useful bonus features.

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