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Optoma Gt720 Gaming Projector: Wall-Sized Fun

by Lambert Varias
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Optoma is back with more budget-friendly projectors, and this time it’s focusing on gamers with its Game Time series. The GT720 is the most expensive model in the series, and its meant for PS3 and Xbox 360 owners. The GT720 has a maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200 and a ginormous 300-inch maximum screen size. Measuring approximately 13″ x 4″ x 9″, the GT720 even comes with its own backpack, so you can have HD gaming wherever you want. Sure, your Kuro has crisp colors and awesome blacks, but you can’t carry it with you, can you now?

Optoma GameTime GT720

The GT720’s input/output connections are: HDMI, VGA-In, S-Video, Composite Video, Stereo RCA Audio-In, Stereo Audio-Out and RS-232. It’s compatible with UXGA, SXGA+, WXGA, SXGA,VGA, SVGA, and VESA and video signals up to 1080p. You can also enjoy stereoscopic 3D on it, so it’s like having your personal IMAX (assuming you have the glasses.) But it only has a couple of 5-watt speakers, so you’ll have to hook it up to an home theater system or good speakers to match the awesome visuals.

Optoma GameTime GT720 2

No word when the Game Time series will be released, but we do know that the GT720 is priced at $800 (USD). Check out Optoma’s website for more info.

[via TV Snob]

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