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Toshiba Projectors – Great Versatility

Toshiba Projectors – Great Versatility

In a move to provide businesses, schools and organizations with greater versatility and value, Toshiba today unveiled its new TDP-T3, a super-bright digital projector featuring a snap-on expansion module that converts it from a lightweight portable unit for use on the road to a conference room dynamo with the advanced connectivity needed to create exciting multimedia presentations using DVD players, HDTV, camcorders and gaming consoles.

The TDP-T3 is the ultimate projector for use as a shared presentation device within or between departments, noted Doug Freck, Vice President & General Manager, Toshiba Imaging Systems, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. With the added capabilities afforded by its expansion module the TPD-T3 is truly two digital projectors for the price of one.

The TDP offers a suite of cutting-edge features that make it an important new digital projection solution. These include: Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing technology for astonishing brightness and color clarity in a small footprint; variable brightness settings (2000 or 1600 lumens) to accommodate a variety of lighting environments; Native XGA (1024 x 768) resolution; 400:1 contrast ratio; a built-in 3-Watt audio system; wireless remote; and Faroudja technology for smooth, home-theater quality video with excellent color saturation.


At only 5.7 pounds (without module) the TDP-T3 sports a smaller, lighter form factor than other XGA digital projectors delivering its blazing 2000-lumen brightness. In fact, the TDP-T3 is one of the first 2000-lumen projectors in the under six-pound weight class, making it a groundbreaking product in terms of brightness/size.

Toshiba, the world leader in portable technology solutions, engineered the compact TDP-T3 for the frequent traveler to take along in an overnight tote or notebook computer bag. Its dimensions (10.25 inches (W) x 11 inches (L) x 3.34 inches (H)) will also be appreciated in crowded conference rooms, offices and classrooms where space is at a premium and versatility is a must. For greater versatility, it offers front/rear and ceiling/desktop projection methods.


To assure faster, hassle-free set-ups, the TDP-T3 boasts an intuitive design, multiple inputs for computer, video and audio, along with an array of user-friendly features. The M1-DA analog connector with USB assures compatibility with Windows and Macintosh PCs, while the manual zoom lens, digital keystone correction (+/- 20 degrees) and secure elevator foot makes it easy the get the best image size, focus and position everytime.

The projector supports VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, Macintosh, and 1080i/720p, as well as images sources from NTSC, PAL, SECAM and HDTV signals, enabling users to customize their presentations to perfection.

For more information, about projectors and digital projection devices see digital projector.

Author Notes:

Shayda Fraser contributes and publishes news editorial to  An online look at projectors, home theatre and accessories; such as digital, video, screens and slides.

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