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February 23, 2006

First Look: Toshiba's TDP-T95U XGA projector

Toshiba has a new mid-range projector, the TDP-T95U. According to Toshiba:

Toshiba's TDP-T95U projector is a sleek and travel-friendly projector designed for presenters who expect and demand quality, flexibility and performance at a tremendous value. The TDP-T95U features incredible brightness with 2,200 ANSI lumens, brilliant XGA (1024 x 768) resolution and a razor sharp 2000:1 contrast ratio. Thirty-degree digital keystone correction automatically engages without manual adjustments. Its flexible connectivity and fast, easy operation ensure flawless presentations and larger-than-life images virtually anytime, anywhere.

The Toshiba TDP-T95U Conference Room Projector supports TV (NTSC, PAL, SECAM), HDTV/DTV, and RGB signal inputs. Input terminals include 2-video (1-RCA, 1-S-Video), 5 audio (1x stereo mini-jack, 2x RCA for Video, 2x RCA for S-video), and 2 RGB for multiple input sources. Automatic Digital Keystone correction (+/- 30 degrees) is also supported.

For $1300, the TDP-T95U might be something to look at for those of you who are thinking about a projector.

At Toshiba.com [via Engadget]

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Posted by William Hungerford at February 23, 2006 11:51 AM

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