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New DLP projectors from Toshiba

Toshiba has recently introduced two additions to its digital projector line, the TDP-S8U and TDP-T9U. Designed to be high-performance portable tools for all your presentation needs, these projectors are super lightweight at a mere 4.4 pounds. They should work nicely no matter what sized room you find yourself in: it’ll project anywhere from 4.5 to 36.1 feet, producing a sharp image ranging in size from 35 to 254 inches.

Opting for DLP (digital light processing), as opposed to LCD technology, Toshiba’s new TDP-S8U projector produces 1800 ANSI lumens, sports a 2000:1 contrast ratio and a SVGA 800×600 resolution. It’ll take composite, S-video inputs, as well as a standard cable connection. The monitor output allows you to watch your presentation on your computer monitor at the same time the projector sends the image on the wall. The TDP-T9U projects at 2,000 ANSI lumens, XGA 1024 x 768 resolution and a razor-sharp contrast ratio of 2000:1.

“It’s perfect for those looking for a quality projector with optimum features at a reasonable price,” according to Alex Ijuin, assistant GM for Toshiba’s DPD’s Projector Business Unit. Competitively priced for all you small-to-medium sized businesses out there, pick up a Toshiba TDP-S8U for $799 or the TDP-T9U for $1099 at a retailer near you.

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