Seems Optoma might thinks that your iBook, MacBook, or, um, PC needs some love by way of a matching projector -- and as such, it recently announced at CEDIA its latest mid-range unit, the HD73. As the name implies, the HD73 natively displays in high-def at 720p, shines at a respectable 1300 lumens, sports a maximum contrast ratio of 6000:1, and has a native 16:9 aspect ratio. It'll connect to all your stuff via the usual suspects of inputs, including HDMI, DVI and component, plus, it's powered by the DarkChip3 DLP chip to create a very solid looking picture. What's more, the $2,000 pricetag isn't too shabby once it surfaces for air this November.

[Via AboutProjectors]

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Optoma HD73, 720p native, debuts at CEDIA