Optoma is one of the most popular projector brands as well as being well known for its .
We've collated all the key information on Optoma projectors in this handy guide. We've analysed 660+ user and expert reviews and 1 award from hundreds of different review sites on over 2,600 projectors to impartially compare each projector brand.
Optoma are recognised for their wide selection of premium and popular projectors. Their projectors start at $131 for the LV130 which has a noise level of 25dB, is a projector that has a very high contrast ratio and a projector that has a resolution of wvga (854x480) and go up to $4,158 for the UHZ65 which has a noise level of 29dB, is a projector that has an ultra high contrast ratio and a projector that has a resolution of 2160p (3840x2160). The average price of a new Optoma projector is $1,372.
Optoma are recognised for their wide selection of premium and popular projectors.
Is Optoma the Best Projector Brand?
So are Optoma projectors any good? We give every projector a Kagoo Score by analysing its specs, reviews and prices and comparing this to its competitors. By aggregating this data across all projectors we are able to impartially rank all the projector brands.
Optoma is ranked the No. 3 best projector brand.
Our detailed analysis taking into account all of the above factors found that Optoma is the 3rd best projector brand out there.
Let's look at how Optoma projectors compare to the other projector brands across each of the key facets that make up the Kagoo Score.
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There's a wide selection of Optoma projectors available compared to other projector brands, with over 70 Optoma projectors currently on the market in the US. Optoma also have better reviews than the typical projector brand, with the average rating of a Optoma projector being 84%.
The average review score for a Optoma projector is 84%.
Optoma projectors tend to be cheaper than most other projector brands however they are still a less popular choice with consumers. When it comes to energy efficiency the average annual running cost of Optoma projector is $15 (based on a person typically using a projector for 5 hours per week), which makes them less efficient than most other projector brands.
No. Of Projectors
Average Price $1,440
Price Distribution of All Projectors
No. Of Projectors
Average Price $1,372
Price Distribution of Optoma Projectors
What Do the Optoma Projector Reviews Say?
We've added up all the reviews for every Optoma projector to work out the average distribution of reviews for Optoma and then compared this to the other projector brands.
Optoma has a higher proportion of 4 and 5 star expert reviews for its projectors than most other brands. However the proportion of 4 and 5 star user reviews are actually lower.
Over 100% of expert reviews and 84% of user reviews for Optoma projectors are 4 stars or higher. This compares to 91% and 86% respectively across all Projector brands.
In the table below we compare the average review score given to Optoma projectors by some of the most popular technology review sites against their reviews for other projector brands. The best review score from each review source is highlighted in green.
How Many Industry Awards Have Optoma Projectors Received?
After checking thousands of expert review websites we couldn't find any industry awards for Optoma projectors. The table below shows the number of awards received by the most popular projector brands. The largest number of awards provided by each review source is highlighted in green.
We checked 660+ reviews to find comments about the reliability of Optoma projectors. 10 of these reviews mention reliability of which 92% were positive. Therefore the vast majority of Optoma projector owners and reviewers thought the product was reliable.
92% of reviewers think Optoma projectors are reliable.
So, most people think that Optoma projectors are good quality. Now let's take a look at some of the reviews for Optoma projectors that mention reliability:
the amp is 3d pass thru so that's how we get our sound as I wouldn't bother with the built in speaker
Being a bit of a luddite i will need to get my head around how to improve the quality/bypass the pathetic little in built speakers