Optoma launches two GameTime projectors for massive gaming parties
Optoma continues to push out consumer projectors with the launch of two GameTime models.
The GT-3000 is an SVGA-resolution DLP projector featuring a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 2,300 lumens brightness, and matching speakers. It’s targeted at Wii users, being finished in an ice white design.
The GT-7000 is an HD-ready projector featuring 4,000:1 contrast ratio, 1,600 lumens brightness, and matching 2.1-channel speakers.
Both come with matching backpacks, so could be taken on the road, and can project an image up to 300 inches diagonally. They feature Optoma’s colour enhancement technology, low response time, and come with a remote control unit.
The GT-7000 will be available for £499, and the GT-3000 for £349, in October.
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that sounds too good to be true.
Have you used one?
Are they shit?
Good low end stuff, isn’t it? Bear in mind that the white:black contrast ratio is nothing compared to a good flatscreen but, for the money, that looks like a whole lot of fun. I’ll get one in for review.