With the amount of front projector technologies and models being released, sometimes it is hard to keep up. SIM2 debuts its new flagship projector at CES. The Italian manufacturer has been around since the beginning, first offering analog CRT projectors. Now, their latest projector, the Grand Cinema HT5000E, is the latest in digital technology.
Wednesday, 03 December 2008
Optoma has released its latest DLP projector. The TX1080 projector contains a bright lamp and 1080p resolution. The projector uses Texas Instrument's DarkChip DLP chipset and BrilliantColor technologies.
Built on the field-proven technology of the Barco DP series, the DP-1200 has been designed for screens up to 40 feet wide. Using the 0.98 inch DLP® Cinema chip from Texas Instruments, the DP-1200 builds on the strengths of the DP-1500 and DP-2000 platform. In the DP-1200, Barco paid particular attention to optimizing operating costs, by making low wattage 2kW and 1.2kW lamps available for use.
InFocus Corporation® has announced the availability of the InFocus X9 DLP® projector, its latest solution for home theater projection. With native 720p resolution, video-optimized brightness at 1800 lumens, and every connector from VGA to HDMI, the InFocus X9 delivers a theater-level experience at the very affordable price of US$1099.
Toshiba’s Digital Products Division has announced the launch of the large venue TDP-WX5400U projector with DynamicBlack(TM) technology to offer incredible contrast in images and video, with darker elements providing a superior black image. The TDP-WX5400U with DLP(R) BrilliantColor(TM) technology is covered by Toshiba’s three-year standard limited warranty and is available for the competitive price of $6,299 (MSRP).