Toshiba TDP-T100U projector launched

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 19 2006 @ 05:56 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Toshiba introduced the TDP-T100U DLP (digital light processing) mobile projector. Toshiba's latest projector features high-quality brightness at 2,700 ANSI lumens in a mobile form factor and is designed for small-to medium-sized businesses, mobile presenters, video gamers and weekend movie and sports enthusiasts for $1,599.

The TDP-T100U's feature enhancements that Toshiba is incorporating in its latest line of projectors include:
  • One-touch auto setup on a fully loaded presentation remote to ensure worry-free, professional presentations even in the most unforgiving environments;
  • "Blackboard" function that allows a presenter to make a wall color adjustment when projecting on a non-screen surface for more attractive and readable presentations;
  • Instant power shut down capability enables the projector to power off once disconnected from the outlet with no cool-down time required;
  • Digital zoom function on the remote control allows the presenter to zoom in on a specific image presentation element such as spreadsheet numbers or other important details;
  • Active monitor loop-through allows users to view their computer monitor even when the projector is off.
  • Weighing 6.6 pounds, the TDP-T100U also offers a 2000:1 contrast ratio, XGA 1024x768 native resolution to project text and images, and Toshiba's unique Natural Color Enhancer2, a color correction circuitry that makes the screen color look more natural with sharp and vivid images.

    The TDP-T100U projector offers users an array of connectivity options, including composite video, component and S-video inputs, audio in and variable audio output capabilities. The special monitor-out capabilities allow users to display and view images on a monitor and screen simultaneously.

    The TDP-T100U also includes automatic vertical keystone correction (plus or minus 30 degrees) that instantly projects a square image even when the projector is set up at a steep offset angle to the screen.


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