Optoma Launches 1080p Home Theater 3D Projector
By Tony Hoffman
Optoma has introduced the HD33, a home theater projector that the company describes as the first full 1080p 3D model available for less than $1,500.
The HD33 has a rated brightness of 1,800 ANSI lumens and a 4,000:1 contrast ratio. It measures 14.2 by 4.5 by 12.2 inches and weighs 10 pounds.
This projector incorporates several new proprietary technologies that, according to Optoma, “deliver a truly dynamic cinematic experience.” Optoma’s PureMotion3D frame interpolation processing reduces judder to create smoother video sequences in both 2D and 3D content. PureDepth optimizes the projector’s brightness and image configuration in both 2D and 3D. And a new color processing system provides improved color accuracy, contrast, black levels and shadow details in image sizes ranging from 35 inches to more than 300 inches.
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