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InfoComm is in full swing down in Vegas, and Texas Instruments isn't wasting any time showcasing its latest gear. First up is a prototype 1080p beamer hailed as the industry's first with a lamp-free design. Said unit also utilizes a PhlatLight LED light source and a BrilliantColor chipset, and if T

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InfoComm is in full swing down in Vegas, and Texas Instruments isn't wasting any time showcasing its latest gear. First up is a prototype 1080p beamer hailed as the industry's first with a lamp-free design. Said unit also utilizes a PhlatLight LED light source and a BrilliantColor chipset, and if T

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Optoma announced a trio of DLP projectors due to be shipping over the next few months: models TX776, TX782 and TX783. The projectors pump out 4000, 4500 and 5000-Lumens, respectively. Each of these PJs put up a 3000:1 contrast ratio on the 1024x768-pixels. If you pick up the TX776 , we're guessing

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Optoma announced a trio of DLP projectors due to be shipping over the next few months: models TX776, TX782 and TX783. The projectors pump out 4000, 4500 and 5000-Lumens, respectively. Each of these PJs put up a 3000:1 contrast ratio on the 1024x768-pixels. If you pick up the TX776 , we're guessing

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Truth be told, we've no qualms with a company unveiling nine new DLP projectors at once, but it is a wee bit overwhelming. From the top, we've got Optoma's 720p HD65 ($999) and HD71 ($1,299), which aim to please HT enthusiasts and deliver 1,600 / 2,400 lumens, respectively, and offer up HDMI 1.3, c

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Truth be told, we've no qualms with a company unveiling nine new DLP projectors at once, but it is a wee bit overwhelming. From the top, we've got Optoma's 720p HD65 ($999) and HD71 ($1,299), which aim to please HT enthusiasts and deliver 1,600 / 2,400 lumens, respectively, and offer up HDMI 1.3, c

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While Optoma has remained fairly quiet since it unveiled a trio of PJs at CES, the company has finally struck back with a new pair of DLP projectors ready for your home theater. The EP1690 sports a DarkChip2 DMD panel, 1,280 x 768 native resolution, 2,500 lumens, 2,500:1 contrast ratio, 1.2x manual

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Joining ViewSonic, Microvision, and Sharp, it looks like Optoma has a trio of its own projectors to lust over at CES, and they're all sporting that trendy DLP sticker as well. Up first is the 1080-capable HD81-LV, which pretty much stomps its predecessor in the specs department by offering up 2,500

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Joining ViewSonic, Microvision, and Sharp, it looks like Optoma has a trio of its own projectors to lust over at CES, and they're all sporting that trendy DLP sticker as well. Up first is the 1080-capable HD81-LV, which pretty much stomps its predecessor in the specs department by offering up 2,500

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Optoma just launched their EP series of projectors set to go on sale in Japan next month. In contrast to their budget 720p/1080p capable HD series, all the EP models 'cept the 800x600-limited EP716P (¥207,900 / $1,745) are capable of a mere 1024x768 pixel resolution. The EP729 (¥302,400 / $

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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,

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Since not everyone's down with dropping as much on a projector as they would on, say, a car, it's nice to see companies bringing up the low-end with some decently specced units. Optoma's the latest to give your bank account a break, announcing its HD70 DLP projector, which'll give you native 720p r

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Everybody's gotsa have some 1080p these days, and Optoma is doing their share with a new 2-piece HD81 projector system that not only pumps the pixels, but processes them as well. The projector unit is based on a Texas Instruments DarkChip3 DLP setup, with a spankin' 12000:1 contrast ratio, 1300 l

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So you have some cash to drop and want a BIG flat screen to hang on the wall but the 70-inch plasmas are just to much; plus, they aren't big enough. You want BIG so you turn to front projection and again you just aren't happy. Sure the price is nice but the picture quality with a lot of light in the

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HDTV Magazine talks 1080p, covering such issues as frame rate and de-interlacing. While we've discussed de-interlacing and upconversion before, this article breaks down the difference some devices may have in adjusting the framerates of 1080p content, while Sony's upcoming Blu-ray player will output

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Optoma's CTO thinks so. In an interview with Digitimes, he pontificates upon a variety of subjects, and also mentions that they will seek to develop the 1080p projector market, along with Mitsubishi, JVC, Sony and Samsung. Also big in 2006: slim RPTV's.Well, I guess it's time to get a bigger wall th

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