Trusted Reviews has a write-up on this projector based on Texas Instruments' DLP technology. They ogle over its back panel, which includes a five plug GBRHV BNC input, S-Video, phono, and the standard component inputs, along with the new standard HDMI socket that is set to replace DVI. They also note that it has a 1280x720 resolution, with native 720p HDTV support, and less of a "rainbow effect" than other DLP projectors. The kicker, though, is its nifty deinterlacing processor that will take the worst non-HD feed and turn it into a five-course dinner for the eyes.
The projector recently dropped from $4,340 to $2,436 USD.
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