Milpitas, Calif. -
Video projector resource Optoma Technology
said it is now shipping its GameTime dedicated gaming projectors.
which were first introduced at International CES in January, include the GT720,
GT360 and the newly added GT700, all of which have been optimized with features
to accentuate gaming on a big screen.
Street retails for
the projectors are as follows: GT360 ($599), GT700 ($749) and GT720 ($799).
"Gamers love to
feel totally immersed in their games, and the bigger the picture, the more â€˜in
the game' they feel," said Jon Grodem, Optoma's product marketing senior
director. "These GameTime projectors are designed for flawless performance with
today's top HD consoles and gaming PCs, and enhance games with stunning speed,
high contrast and vivid colors."
The GT360 and
GT720 package a short-throw lens to create large images in smaller rooms, 2,500
lumens of brightness and a 3000:1 contrast ratio.
includes a 10-watt stereo speaker system to deliver in-the-action sound without
for Nintendo's Wii console, the GT360 includes native 800 by 600-pixel (SVGA)
resolution, PC and Mac compatibility, and 1,920 by 1080p resolution.
The GT720 features
WXGA (1,280 by 800-pixel resolution, and is designed to maximize the widescreen
attributes of the Xbox and Sony PlayStation gaming consoles, among others. It
also is PC and Mac compatible, supports computer resolutions up to 1,920 by 1,080
pixels (HD), and accepts common global video inputs and video formats up to
The newly added
GT700 was said to have been designed for Xbox and Sony PlayStation users
The GT700 delivers
WXGA resolution with all the same features and connectivity as the GT720, but
at 2,300 lumens with a contrast ratio of 2,500:1.
all three projectors include a remote and a special backpack. All are compact
and lightweight at only 6.5 pounds, allowing gamers to take the big-screen
experience with them wherever they go.
Milpitas, Calif. - Video projector resource Optoma Technology said it is now shipping its GameTime dedicated gaming projectors.