Portable projectors are often a lesson in compromise. A very bright projector is versatile but heavy, while a very light projector is portable, but less flexible.
Enter the Optoma EP770, a 3000 lumen XGA projector weighing in at 5.3 pounds. This diminutive projector has something for everyone: monitor loop-through for educators, high lumen output and low weight for travelers, good color and contrast for photographers, and a reasonable price tag. The EP770 is a steal at just $1299.
ANSI lumens: 3000
Contrast (full on/off): 2000:1
Light Engine: 1024x768, native 4:3, 0.7" single-chip DLP with a 2x speed 5-segment color wheel, 220W UHP lamp
Video Compatibility: HDTV 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p. NTSC/PAL/SECAM.
Data Compatibility: Computer resolutions up to SXGA+ (1400x1050).
Connection Panel: Composite, S-Video, VGA-in, VGA-out/monitor passthrough, DVI-D, RS232, USB input, one 1/8" audio input, Kensington lock.
Lens and Throw Distance: 1.20:1 manual zoom/focus lens. Throws a 100" diagonal 4:3 image from 13.3' to 16'
Lamp Life: 2,000 hours (3,000 hours in eco mode)
Warranty: One year.
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