Optoma’s UHD50X is the world’s first 240 Hz projector that has been designed for gaming.
While specialty laboratory vendors such as Viewpixx has had ultra-high-refresh-rate projectors for years at up to 1440 Hz, Optoma has a relatively inexpensive consumer 4K projector capable of 240Hz at 1080p.
The Optoma UHD50X (Amazon Page) is a true 4K projector at 3840×2160, running at 240 Hz. It allows PC or console gamers to enjoy the ultra-rapid refresh rate, giving them visuals that are blur-free.
The input lag that the projector may experience has been minimized down to 16ms at 1080p 240 Hz, with a 25ms response time running at 4K.
Here is a table of the source versus input lag as per Optoma’s site.
|Input Source||4K 60Hz||1440p 60Hz||1080p 60Hz||1080p 120Hz||1080p 240Hz|
Aside from the above, the UHD50X also has compatibility with HDR10 and HLG content and can project up to 302-inches. Optoma states on their site that the projector lamp will last up to 15,000 hours in Dynamic Black Mode, with up to 4,000 hours in Bright Mode.