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HD Cinema in your Sitting Room with the Latest High-Spec Optoma ThemeScene Projector

High definition cinematic experience with the new ThemeScene HD82

London, 4th February 2009: Experience dazzling colours and razor sharp images on a huge 150in screen with the new ThemeScene HD82, the latest addition to Optoma’s ThemeScene range of DLP
home cinema projectors. With an incredible 20,000:1 (680:1 ANSI contrast for “real-world” performance) contrast ratio and 1080p full HD, the Optoma HD82’s high-end specifications deliver an
unforgettable big-screen cinema experience, without the let down of expensive popcorn or limited leg room.

Installation is easier than ever before, thanks to Optoma’s innovative PureShift technology, which allows you to adjust the screen position without moving the projector. The stylish gloss-black finish complements any contemporary living space and a 1.5x zoom ensures a wide choice of screen sizes making the ThemeScene HD82 the perfect option for any home. The ThemeScene HD82 also guarantees cinema-standard picture quality, with 24 frames per second to display movies exactly as the director intended.

The ThemeScene HD82 is powered by Optoma’s innovative PureEngine technologies, which combine to create the clearest and sharpest 1080p images, with pure, deep colours, guaranteed by Optoma for five years’ consistent performance. Pure technologies included in the ThemeScene HD82:

- PureMotion – using sophisticated frame insertion technology advanced motion control processing eliminates motion blurring or image judder, even in high-speed action sequences,
- PureColour – provides vivid, balanced colour for vibrant, natural looking images
- PureDetail - ensures all the information contained in an image is faithfully reproduced on the screen giving a stunning crystal clear, pin-sharp picture

Other features include:

• Connections 2 x HDMI, 3 x RCA, Scart, DVI, VGA
• Lamp Life 3,000 hr (standard mode)
• Weight 8.5kg
• Dimensions W490mm D372mm H194mm
• Proj. Distance Min 1.5m – Max 12.5m
• Image size 0.76 – 7.67m (16:9 diagonal)
• Operational noise Near silent (22dB)

“HD cinema delivers a truly spectacular experience for film fanatics and the addition of the HD82 to our ThemeScene range offers the ultimate in home cinema projection. The new high specification HD82 with gloss black design is the first of a number of projectors we are launching in 2009 in our home cinema series, to bring the best big-screen cinema straight to the home,” said Steve Hicks, General Manager of Optoma UK.

The Optoma HD82 projector will be available from selected UK retailers and online stores from February 2009, priced at £2999. The new projector will also be demonstrated live at Booth 4Q62, at the Integrated Systems Europe Show in Amsterdam, from 2nd to 5th February. For a full specification sheet or further information visit the Optoma website .

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For more information and product images, please contact:
Kate Solomon or Claire Barber
Wildfire PR
Tel: 020 8339 4420
Email: optoma@wildfirepr.co.uk

About Optoma


Optoma is a world leading designer and manufacturer of award-winning projectors for Business, Education, Professional Audio/Video and Home Entertainment, with comprehensive ranges to exceed the expectations of every user.

Optoma's innovative products are carefully crafted to deliver crystal clear images of unrivalled quality by incorporating the latest DLP® technology from Texas Instruments', together with advanced optical engineering expertise and dedication to superb product quality, Optoma has a special approach to customer service.

The Optoma Group has continental headquarters in Europe, the USA and Asia; whilst Optoma Europe Ltd, based in London, covers Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), delivering local services from regional offices in Germany, France and Norway.

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