Imagine looking at a brilliant 2200 lumens image that's more than 12 feet across diagonally. Pretty good but nothing extraordinary. Now imagine that that image is coming from a projector that's only 8 x 2.5 x 6.1 inches and weighs just 2.4 pounds. You're not imagining things. We're talking about the Optoma EW330. It's a small projector with a price to match but it's got big projector capabilities.
Those 2200 lumens are matched by a 2000:1 contrast ratio generated by Texas Instruments' Digital Light Processing chip with BrilliantColor. Instead of working only with the primary colors of red, green and blue, BrilliantColor also uses their complements, cyan, magenta and yellow. The result: Unsurpassed, lifelike, vivid color accuracy.
A projector this small has to be ready for travel and it is. From its 100 to 240 V AC 50/60 Hz power supply to compatibility with more variations of the NTSC (the North American system), PAL and SECAM video standards than we knew existed, it should work for you no matter where you go. Of course it can do high definition too: 720p and 1080i. Its onscreen display (OSD) offers you your choice of 22 different languages.
It's small, smart and versatile. The EW330 might be the perfect projector for you.