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Toshiba's Versatile TDP-T3 Digital Projector Has Revolutionary Modular Design For Use On The Road, In Classrooms & In Any Size Conference Room

--The Ultimate Shared Presentation Device, the Affordable Toshiba TDP-T3 Combines DLP Image Quality, XGA Resolution, 2000 ANSI Lumens of Brightness, Plus an Optional Expansion Module that Transforms it from a State-of-the-Art Mobile Projector to a Conference Room Powerhouse --

LAS VEGAS, NV, November 12, 2001 (Comdex Booth L5630) ­ 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.

GROUNDBREAKING LUMENS/WEIGHT RATIO

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.

PLUG & PROJECT EASE

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.

WARRANTY AND PRICING

Toshiba backs the TDP-T3 projector with an exclusive two-year warranty on parts and labor, as well as a 90-day warranty on the 270 Watt SHP, 2000 hour lamp. The TDP-T3 ships standard with the following accessories: analog cable; video cables, remote control; power cord; and carrying case. It is available through the www.shoptoshiba.com web site or by calling 1-800-316-0920. List price is $4,499.

For more information, U.S. customers call 1-800-288-1354. Fax, 1-800-470-9390. Or visit Toshiba on the Web at http://www.projectors.toshiba.com.

Headquartered in Irvine, California, Toshiba Imaging Systems is a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., and part of the $48 billion Toshiba Corporation, a global leader in high technology products with 307 major consolidated subsidiaries worldwide.