Toshiba debuts TDP-T9U mobile projector

Posted on Wednesday, December 14 2005 @ 8:25 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Toshiba has launched a new mobile projector, the TDP-T9u, which is priced at $1,099. The TDP-T9U mobile projector features display capabilities and a lightweight design ideal for presenters who demand quality and portability without sacrificing performance. Its DLP (digital light processing) technology offers high-quality, detailed images on the screen. Combined with 2,000 ANSI lumens, a razor-sharp contrast ratio of 2000:1 and XGA 1024 x 768 resolution, the TDP-T9U provides enhanced clarity, brightness and color fidelity for a striking visual impact.

Weighing only 4.4 pounds, users can easily transport the projector between classrooms and offices, when traveling or at home for the weekend. A sleek, new, attractive chassis design complements the impressive capabilities of the TDP-T9U, including special features such as integrated data, video and audio capabilities, as well as a one-watt speaker for enhanced multimedia effects.

With a whisper-quiet fan that runs at approximately less than 31dB (decibel adjusted) in low mode, the projector is designed so as not to distract the audience and to keep attention on the presentation.

Toshiba TDP-T9U projector specifications
  • Shape: 0.55" DMD DLP(TM)
  • Display Technology: No. of Pixels 786,432 (1024 x 768)
  • Projection Lens: Standard Lens 1.1x manual zoom/manual focus F/f (mm) F = 2.7 - 3.0, f = 21.81 - 23.77mm
  • Light Source : 200W (180W in low mode)
  • Brightness : 2000 ANSI lumens
  • Native Resolution : XGA 1024 x 768
  • Color Reproduction : Full 16.7-Million Colors
  • Contrast Ratio : 2000:1
  • Projection Screen Size : 35 - 254 inches (Diagonal)
  • Projection Distance : 4.5 ft - 36.1 ft
  • External Dimensions : 9.1" x 8.3" x 3.7" (WxDxH)
  • Weight : 4.4 lbs.
  • Power Consumption : 275W

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