As much as I'm disappointed with Optoma for the very same reason you are, you need to be more specific with your complaint.Yeah so how are we gonna buy a projector with this enhanced mode that doesn't work. This is ridiculous
It's not that gaming mode doesn't work. It does, like really well actually.
In fact, for low RBE effect, lag, and 1080p gaming it's probably still the most versatile DLP you can find for doing this.
It's just that it's 1080p only (at least for right now) and the marketing clearly said different things.
It's ~25ms extra lag for specifically 3840*[email protected], roughly twice the noted specification number.
So it's not that it doesn't work... It doesn't completely work or meet its spec.
Manufacturers do this all the time tho, your responsibility as a consumer is to help accurately hold them to the candle.
1. Samsung 8500 series TV I still own had a "chipset lottery" where the chinese sub-manufacturers didn't meet spec and you had to check the SKU to make sure you got a samsung factory chip (otherwise it wasn't 4k)
2. Literally the PS3. Do you remember how many promises it broke?
Both of these things were some of the coolest toys I ever owned even despite not fully living up to their claims.
They know the mode don't work 100%, so the complaint right now that's relevant is how it's being advertised. It's actually still a really D**n good projector...
Not that I'm trying to defend them but you're beating a well dead horse and they did already start going back to work on fixing their stuff.
Seriously, this thing is still belongs in the cool toy league. It's not an Epson, but it fights hard and holds its own place along with the BenQ HT3550...