Originally Posted by Tuan
There are none, we already have a complete line up of standard throws - UHD50, UHD51A, UHD51ALV, UHD60, UHD65 and UHZ65 on the consumer side.
There's the ZK1050. Optoma UK/EU will launch it at ISE in two weeks. The US launch/introduction was this past summer at Infocomm, according to statements at that show it should be shipping now. Clearly based on the 10K/12K lumens MCL platforms Coretronic showed two years ago. So if you need a bit more lumens;-). These should also fit the UST angled lenses in case you need that, the 10K one one actually was shown with that lens at ISE 2017, the 12Ks were used for a blend. Optoma will do a blend with the 1050 at this year's show. As for the lower end, Optoma does indeed have a fairly comprehensive portfolio of 0.47 and 0.66 DMD projectors. UHZ65 is that considered a consumer product now, these were launched for the commercial market. Saw some virtual tabletops for restaurants last year at ISE, using these, and an tricked-out elevator door.
The p1 box looks different, the lumens are lower, and it is less expensive, so I presume a different platform than the earlier 0.66" DMD P3 demo unit. The Blue only laser phosphor version was picked up by Dell. Not many other's introduced a version of their own, not in blue only, mcl, or filtered mcl (p3). Not even JMGO and the other Chinese vendors that marketed the 1080P versions before seem to have picked it as the basis for their products, or have i just missed them?
Ah that JMGO U1/SA is an Appotronic (also supplies the Hisense) projector.