Optoma Gametime GT750 Projector Full 3D Compatible (Updated)

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Looking to get a bigger picture out of your gaming? What about a bigger 3D picture? Well with the Optoma Gametime GT750, which I caught a glimpse of at E3, you can get both big, really big and full 3D.optoma Gametime GT750

The Optoma Gametime GT750 isn’t just gaming 3D compatible, it’s fully Blu-Ray, 3D compatible.

The GT750 becomes the fourth member of Optoma’s award-winning GameTime line and includes features that create an immersive and exhilarating gaming experience. Its 2500lumens of brightness and short throw lens combine to deliver bright, larger-than-life images,even in small rooms that might not easily accommodate other projectors.   And its powerful 10-Watt stereo speaker system delivers in-the-action sound without external speakers. 

The GT750 offers a native widescreen 720p (1280 x 720 pixels) resolution, and is designed to maximize the widescreen attributes of major gaming platforms, including those running 3D content on Blu-ray disks.  Optoma’s unique circuitry accepts Blu-ray’s HDMI 1.4a 3D signal and converts it for display in 720p resolution 3D.

It also is PC and MAC compatible, supports computer resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 pixels (HD), and accepts common global video inputs and video formats up to 1080p (HDTV, EDTV, SDTV, NTSC, PAL, SECAM).

The GT750 comes packaged with a custom backpack to accommodate the on-the-go gamer, and a remote control is also included as standard equipment.

The price? Just a cool $799 which is great for a picture that big and can do full 3D.

Now at about 3-4 feet from the viewing surface it was projecting around 60 inches of 3D at 720p and quite bright. We were playing Killzone 3 with PS move and the sharpshooter and that was something to see. I was told that at around 6-8 feet, in a slightly darker space than the show floor, it would be around 100 inches thanks to the wide angle lens on the projector.

Many projectors that can do 720p and full 3D will cost you around $1000 or more so this sub-$800 projector is a compact, powerful and (relatively speaking) low-cost solution.

UPDATE: Optoma today announced that the projector will be available in August.

It is equipped with a 10-watt stereo speaker system. 

Native resolution is listed at a widescreen HD-level 1,280 by 720 pixels (720p) and will accommodate video games produced in widescreen aspect ratios, including those running 3D content on Blu-ray discs. 

Inputs include an HDMI 1.4a port with supported 3D signals, as well as connections for PCs and Macs. 

The GT750 comes packaged with a custom backpack for on-the-go transportability.

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