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The Optoma HD70 is a fully high definition DLP projector with a native resolution of 1280x720.

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Pros

very quiet, fan never gets very loud at all

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fast enough response to be used with a gaming console

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doesn't draw much power while in operation

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focuses on the wall/screen right away, makes setup much easier

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easy to mount, pre-drilled mounting points are perfect

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lots of detail in the output, text is rendered sharply

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needs a darkened room, never gets that bright

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The Optoma HD70 is a fully high definition DLP projector with a native resolution of 1280x720. The HD70 features Texas Instruments’ DarkChip2 DLP Technology, and projects images at a 1000 ANSI lumen brightness and 4000:1 contrast ratio in Optoma’s ImageAI mode. The Optoma HD70 also features a 1.2X manual zoom, and 200 Watt lamp, with an estimated operating time of 2000-3000 hours. Inputs include HDMI, Component, VGA, Composite, and S-Video connections. At 28 dB, the Optoma HD70 is quieter than Optoma’s other heavy hitters, like the HD7100/HD7300. Available November 2006, the Optoma HD70 retails at $1000.

Features
  • Full HD 720P Display
  • Texas Instruments’ DarkChip2 DLP Technology
  • 1000 ANSI Lumens Brightness
  • 4000:1 Contrast Ratio in ImageAI mode, otherwise 3000:1
  • 28 dB Operating Noise Level
  • Inputs: Composite, Component, S-Video, D-Sub 15pin (VGA), HDMI
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