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Optoma Presents its Latest Data/Multimedia Projector Line-UpThe New Data and Multimedia Projectors Feature High Brightness, Flexible Applications and Extensive Connectivity Options
ANAHEIM, CA (June 19, 2007) – Optoma, one of the leading manufacturers of digital projection and display devices, introduced its latest data/multimedia projectors. These new projectors feature native XGA resolution, high brightness levels and extensive connectivity options.
The Optoma EP761 and EP763 projectors use Texas Instruments' DLP® chipset and BrilliantColor™ technology for solid digital picture quality and enriched color enhancement, while the EP774 features traditional white peaking. With their sleek design, the three projectors offer easy integration into various environments.
With its extensive connectivity options and improved scaling capabilities, the EP761, EP763 and EP774 offer the flexibility to display an exceptional image from a number of sources for diverse number of applications. From DVI w/HDCP, VGA-in, Composite and S-Video to Audio-in, USB, RS-232 and +12-volt trigger connection ports, the three Optoma data/multimedia projectors are able to deliver vivid pictures and sharp images in a stylish, function-rich form.
Native XGA (1024x768) resolution
3600 lumens with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio (full on/off)
4000 lumens with a 2,500:1 contrast ratio (full on/off)
The Optoma EP761, EP763 and EP774 data/multimedia projectors will be available in September 2007 through authorized dealers and retailers.
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