Toshiba unveiled their latest conference room projector today, the TDP-TW100U, an otherwise run-of-the-mill unit made a bit more notable thanks to the built-in wireless networking. Listing at a fairly reasonable $1,699, the DLP projector will pump out your presentations at 1024 x 768 resolution with 2,700 ANSI lumens and a respectable 2,000:1 contrast ratio, and it'll do it with a minimum of cables, of course, thanks to that 802.11b/g WiFi. It comes up a bit short in terms of inputs though, with only one S-Video, one RCA composite, and two plain-old VGA ports, making it quite a bit less appealing for anyone thinking of using it for home theater purposes. It does, however, have a USB port that'll let you deliver a full presentation with nothing more than a USB thumb drive. If that's enough for ya, you can get your hands of one of these now.
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