Optoma releases two new DLP projectors in the US, the TW635-3D and TX635-3D, both designed with educators in mind. Based on DLP display technology, both projectors feature 3500 lumens ANSI lumens brightness and 10,000:1 contrast ratio. The TW635-3D has a widescreen WXGA 1280×800 resolution while the TX635-3D delivers XGA 1024×768 images.
The TW635-3D and TX635-3D come equipped with a 240W lamp with 6000 hours life. They include the Eco+ mode which evaluates the brightness level of the content and reduces the lamp intensity to match the scene, reducing power consumption by up to 30 percent, while increasing lamp life by up to 50 percent.
These education projectors are 3D-ready, capable of delivering 3D content from 3D-capable computers, users can view 3D images with DLP Link 3D Glass. Both projectors have +/- 40 vertical keystone correction. As for connections, you can find HDMI 1.3, two VGA-in, VGA-out, composite video, two audio-in, audio-out as well as RJ45, RS-232, and USB Type A and B connectors.
The TW635-3D and TX635-3D are pricd at $949 and $840, respectively.