ASUS Launches H1 LED Projector

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    ASUS announced the H1 LED projector, featuring a bright 3000 lumen LED light source that enables it to project up to 200 inch (diagonal) FHD visuals. With its RGB LED light source and 125% Rec.709 and...

    ASUS Launches H1 LED Projector
     
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    asprine Active Member

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    Interesting. Long lamp life, high resolution and refresh rates.
    The contrast is very low 800:1. Wonder what the input lag wil be.
     
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    EspHack Ancient Guru

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    they're probably just being honest about contrast

    I'm shocked at the price though, if they really are using 0.65" chips, those are mighty expensive, usually anything below 5k usd makes do with 0.45" chips, 0.65" is for 10k+ products
     
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    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    Lamp life is around 5x more than competing projectors with normal lamps, they can do up to 6Khrs.
    But I bet the LED lamp cant be replaced, look for a lamp part number.
    Mind you, being 1080p, low contrast ratio and no HDR I doubt you'd want to use it for more than 5 years, except for presentations maybe.
    120Hz is nice though.

    A long life LED lamp would be something to hold out for if it is replaceable and wide enough gamut / brightness to support more than Rec 709.
    And if it wont hold back a high Hz + higher res chip.
    They dont seem to want to give us the holy grail ... yet :)
     

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    1080P? did I oversee something?
    Crap, input is 4k. My bad.
     

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