Here's something you don't see every week: a pair of lust-worthy WUXGA projectors revealed within 48 hours. Shortly after the iVision 30-WUXGA broke cover, in comes Barco's NW-12 to steal some thunder. Dubbed the "world's first three-chip DLP WUXGA projector for professional presentations," this saucy beamer packs a native 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, a mind-blowing 12,000 lumens and a sealed optical engine. For those on a slightly tighter budget, the outfit is also delivering the NW-5, which features a single-chip DLP engine and "just" 5,000 lumens. Pricing and availability are unknown for both, but we have all ideas this is one of those classic "If you have to ask..." type scenarios.

[Via AboutProjectors]

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