Toshiba’s Digital Products Division on Tuesday introduced the
TDP-TW300U, a new Digital Light Processing (DLP)-equipped digital projector for use in auditoriums, lecture halls and large conference rooms. The new projector displays images with up to 3,000 ANSI lumens brightness, 2000:1 contrast ratio and native 1024 x 768 pixel resolution. It also features integrated IEEE 802.11 b/g-compliant wireless networking support. Shipping now, the TDP-TW300U is priced at US$3,199.
The projector has a 1.5x motorized zoom lens an color-correction circuitry, as well as two-way digital keystone correction, picture-in-picture support and variable audio out. If you prefer, you can hook up a monitor to it directly so you can view presentations without having to look at the projected image.
If wireless networking or a direct connection with a computer isn’t an option, it also features a PCMCIA Type II card slot; you can use compatible storage devices to put presentations on. Inputs include RGB 15-pin, one five-pin BNC and a DVI interface, two composite video inputs, one S-video, three component video inputs shared with computer inputs, two four-watt stereo speakers, a Type A USB port and Ethernet LAN connectivity.