Holiday LCD projectors with 3LCD technology
With the holiday season fast approaching (have you done your Christmas shopping yet?), time is running out in getting your pad ready for your family and friends as they drop by. Just in case family conversations get too boring for kids, they can always keep themselves occupied with the latest TV shows or video games. What better way to appeal to their senses than with a home entertainment projector? Taken from the press release, you will find a bunch of 3LCD technology-enabled home projectors after the jump.
Epson – MovieMate 50 and 72
The MovieMate 50 and 72 are all-in-one home entertainment projectors with built-in progressive scan DVD/CD players and Dolby 5.1 DTS stereo speakers. The MovieMate 50, available for $799, features dual 8W speakers; while the MovieMate 72, available for $1,199, features four 5W speakers, 720p resolution and HDMI connectivity.
Mitsubishi – HC6000
Mitsubishi’s 1080p HC6000 offers two HDMI connections, 1,000 ANSI lumens with powered lens shift and powered zoom for easy installation and set up. The HC6000 includes the HQV (Hollywood Quality Video) high-performance video processor and is available for less than $4,000.
Panasonic – PT-AX200U
The PT-AX200U is the ultimate gaming projector, with a “Game Mode” that improves signal processing for optimized frame response. The projector features 2,000 ANSI Lumens with Smooth Screen Technology and up to 6000:1 Contrast Ratio. The PT-AX200U is available for $1,999.
Sanyo – PLV-Z2000
The Sanyo PLV-Z2000 1080p projector can project a 100″ image from a little over nine feet away, along with an advanced lens shifting function and the industry’s quietest fan system; it can be a hit in any home theater. SANYO is currently offering a $300 rebate on the SANYO PLV-Z2000 through Jan. 31, 2008.
Sony – BRAVIA VPL-AW15 and VPL-AW10
Sony offers two affordable HD home theater projectors for consumers – the BRAVIA VPL-AW15 and the VPL-AW10. Both projectors feature an HDMI input supporting 1080/24p, which is downscaled to native 720p and displayed at a native multiple of 24 for realistic cinema style motion reproduction. Pricing starts at $999.