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Optoma Debuts New 3D HD Projector

Optoma Technology introduced its new HD66 high-definition, 3D-ready home theater projector. The $699 projector supports 3D content in up to 720p resolution based on Texas Instruments' 0.65 DMD DLP chipset with BrilliantColor.

Optoma Technology this week introduced its new HD66 high-definition, 3D-ready home theater projector. The $699 projector supports 3D content in up to 720p resolution based on Texas Instruments' 0.65 DMD DLP chipset with BrilliantColor, according to the company.

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"While gaming is poised to lead the charge in 3D content in the home, movies will follow soon," said Jon Grodem, Optoma's director of product and marketing, in a statement.

The new projector offers up to 2,500 ANSI lumens and a 4,000:1 contrast ratio. I/O connectors include HDMI, VGA in, S-Video, Composite, stereo audio in, and RS-232. It can handle standard video formats up to 1080p and also project 3D in XGA and SVGA resolutions.

Company officials said the HD66 can be used in front- and rear-projection installations, projecting images from 23 to 300 inches diagonal. The 5-pound projector also comes with a 2-watt speaker.



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