An Ultra-Short-Throw Projector Such As the Optoma CinemaX P2 Can Cause Less Eye Strain
So why’s it here, taking up digital store space?
It’s simple: Eye health.
Many with desk jobs use a computer for eight hours per workday, and they also spend several more hours a day looking at mobile phones, tablets and computers and televisions at home. It’s not unrealistic to suggest some folks look at screens for 12 to 14 hours a day, with some viewing movies and TV programs for more than four hours a day.
An ultra-short-throw projector such as the Optoma CinemaX P2 can rest your eyes, to some degree, compared with viewing videos through the direct light coming from flat-panel televisions.
Staring at the light coming from a flashlight pointed at a wall is much easier on the eyes compared with looking directly into the flashlight, as this article from ViewSonic, a monitor and projector company, makes clear.
Plus, it is beyond exciting to watch larger-than-life images—whether it’s an exercise video or superhero movie—on a wall!
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Features and Benefits of the Ultra-Short-Throw Projector Optoma CinemaX P2
One of best-rated ultra-short-throw projectors in the emerging laser TV market, the Optoma CinemaX P2 delivers a 4K UHD picture with HDR10 that can scale from 85 inches to 120 inches diagonally depending on placement from the wall. It boasts an eye-popping 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio for deep blacks and bright whites and, with 3,000 ANSI lumens in tow, this projector’s image is visible in daylight (but is enhanced with ambient-light-reflecting screens tailored for ultra-short-throw projectors).
A 6-segment color wheel provides rich, dazzling cinema-like colors, helping you see movies, TV shows and video games exactly as the director intended.
A built-in 40-watt soundbar produces crisp sound with astonishing dialogue clarity. Two full-range drivers and two woofers work in unison to produce smooth midrange frequencies, clear dialog and resonant bass.
This ultra-short-throw projector’s laser technology offers stellar brightness for as much as 30,000 hours of light source life, helping you get years of use out of your Optoma CinemaX P2.