Optoma L1 – Ultra-Short Throw 4K UHD Projector for Full Cinematic Experience at Home

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Optoma presents the ultra-short-throw L1 projector, which is a stylish implementation of effective image technology with energy-saving solutions. Ten channels of 4K UHD projector with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels is as much as 65% smaller than other models on the market, making it one of the lightest UST (Ultra-Short Throw) projectors for home use.

Optoma L1 – Ultra-Short Throw 4K UHD Projector for Full Cinematic Experience at Home

For Movie Enthusiasts

Optoma introduces the ultra-short throw projector L1, which combines stylish design with the latest display technologies and energy-efficient solutions. This compact 4K UHD projector with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels is up to 65% smaller than other models on the market, making it one of the lightest Ultra-Short Throw (UST) projectors for home use.
The Optoma L1 projector is the perfect solution for those who want to bring the cinematic atmosphere to their own homes. This model allows for projecting images with a diagonal size of up to 105 inches in 4K resolution, from a distance of less than 30 centimeters. The device is compatible with the Rec. 709 standard, ensuring precise color reproduction and supporting HDR and HLG.

The L1 projector utilizes advanced 4LED technology, resulting in a bright image (1050 ANSI lumens) with clear details, even in the presence of ambient lighting. It is also a very energy-efficient device, consuming 42% less energy than traditional lamp projectors. The manufacturer guarantees a light source lifespan of up to 30,000 hours.

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For Gamers

The L1 projector is designed not only for movies but also with demanding gamers in mind. In gaming mode, it can display a smooth image at up to 240 frames per second in 1080p resolution or 60 frames in 4K. Three HDMI ports allow simultaneous connection of several different devices, including gaming consoles.
The compact L1 projector not only saves energy but also cares for the environment. Its housing is made from 50% recycled plastics. Moreover, the smaller size of the device and packaging (99% recyclable) contribute to reducing carbon dioxide emissions generated by logistics.

Price and Availability

The Optoma L1 projector is already available in Poland in selected electronic stores and RTV showrooms. The device is covered by a two-year manufacturer’s warranty, and the light source has a five-year warranty (or 12,000 hours). The suggested retail price for this model is 9,299 PLN.
Key features of the Optoma L1 projector:

  • 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels).
  • Possibility to project images from a distance as close as 30 cm.
  • Energy-efficient 4LED technology.
  • High brightness: 1050 ANSI lumens.
  • 30,000 hours of reliable operation.

Technical Specifications:

Model Optoma L1
Resolution 4K UHD @ 60 Hz / 1080p Full HD @ 240 Hz
Native Aspect Ratio 16:9
Lamp Brightness 1050 ANSI lumens
Contrast Ratio 1,800,000:1
Screen Size (Diagonal) 75 – 120 inches
(1.9 – 3.05 meters)
Throw Ratio 1.21:1 – 1.59:1
Throw Distance 0.47 – 0.74 meters
Light Source LED GB
Lamp Lifespan 30,000 hours
Imaging Technology DLP
Keystone Correction Vertical ±100
Individual Corner Correction
Noise Level 24 dB (typical)
Speakers 2 x 10 W
Input Ports 3 x HDMI 2.0
Output Ports 1 x audio 3.5 mm
Controls 1 x Audio 3.5mm, 1 x USB-A power (1.5A), 1 x
S/PDIF, 1 x Micro-USB
Additional Features 3D Compatibility (3D DLP), anti-theft security, Kensington lock, password protection
Power Consumption (Min / Max) 95 W / 165 W
Dimensions 400 x 316 x 102.3 mm
Weight 5.1 kg
EAN 5055387666757
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Jakub Markiewicz
Jakub Markiewiczhttps://jotem.in
Hi, I am the author of the Jotem.in blog and series of thematic portals since 2013. I have nearly 15 years of experience in working in the media, marketing, public relations and IT. If you are interested in cooperation, you would like me to write about something or test a product - let me know.
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