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Alexa has made it into several new product categories at CES 2018, from smoke detectors to automobiles, and even light switches. Now, the popular voice assistant will be integrated into projectors, thanks to Optoma’s new UHD51A. The device boasts a 4K capable resolution, 2,400-lumen brightness, a 500,000:1 contrast ratio and HDR support. With Alexa support, users can dim the lights when the movie starts, all through spoken commands.

There is also a built-in Android-based media player, alongside two 4K 60Hz-capable HDMI connections.

The UHD51A is expected to launch in the first quarter of this year for a whopping price tag of $1,699. That being said, a different model will be offered sans-Alexa for a price of $1,499.

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Source: | PR Newswire |

Via: | Engadget |

Image Credit: | Engadget |

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