Optoma has been demonstrating at CEDIA in London its latest achievement, a 3D projector that it expects to bring to market by the start of 2010.
The HD65 is rated as a 720p projector and is currently available in plain ol' 2D vision, but we're more interested in the tweaked 120Hz model with 3D playback, currently tagged as the HD65 3D. Logical.
The price of the 3D model should be no different to the 2D version either. 'All we have to do is upgrade the firmware so consumers will get the best of both worlds out of their Optoma projectors for no added cost', noted Optoma representative Justin Halls in a nice bit of marketing fluff.
Obviously the problem of a lack of 3D films limits the appeal of the HD65 3D, but Optoma is expecting 3D gaming to take off - NVIDIA has just released a few games. We'll let you know if it does indeed make it to the shelves any time soon.
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