On Tuesday, Toshiba took the wraps off its T90 projector series, which is aimed at small-to-medium business owners, corporate users, educators and professionals on the go. The three models in the line — the
TDP-T91U — feature XGA resolution at 1024 x 768, 2000 ANSI lumens, a 2000:1 contrast ratio, RCA and S-Video input jacks and the ability to accept a wide variety of video signals, including NTSC, PAL, HDTV/DTV, SVGA and more.
Differences between the three come in the form of the TDP-TW90U’s wireless networking card, which can be pulled out and replaced with a Type II storage device to make it an all-in-one presentation device, and the TDP-91U’s detachable document camera, which can be placed anywhere in a room to incorporate 3D objects or hard-copy materials in presentations. Toshiba will make all three projectors available in mid-June for US$1,899 (TDP-T90U) and $2,099 (TDP-TW90U and TDP-T91U).