The "GT" in the Optoma GT750E Gaming Projector stands for "GameTime" and this projector has been engineered with one overriding idea: to be the best high definition projector in the world for playing PC, Mac and console games.
With 3000 ANSI lumens of brightness and an up to 3000:1 contrast ratio, this projector has more than enough projection power to project bright, vivid images when you can't achieve theater level darkness. And its WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution gives you that 16:10 aspect ratio for truly wide-screen games.
The Texas Instruments DLP Link 120Hz 3D-capable display technology is the heart (and brains) of the GT750E. The results are 3D games that seem to leap right off the screen at you. You'll have to pick out the 3D games you want and purchase 3D compatible glasses and you'll be enjoying the most realistic game play you've ever experienced.
As much as it was designed to be the best 3D gamer this projector was designed to move. It can handle all of the world's TV standards: NTSC, PAL and SECAM. In addition to being multi-standard it also has a 100-240 V AC 50/60 Hz auto-switching power supply and it supports various languages.
Unlock the full experience locked in your Wii, Xbox or PlayStation with the widescreen immersive gaming provided by Optoma's GT750
Designed for flawless performance with today's top HD consoles and gaming PCs, the GT750 energizes game play with stunning speed, high contrast and vivid colors
Projecting images of up to 300" (7620mm), this gaming projector delivers cinema-sized fun in a portable-friendly package, complete with its own backpack for easy take-along
DLP Link 120Hz 3D-capable display technology, or RF 3D technology options
Bright at 3000 ANSI lumens with a high contrast ratio of 3000:1
2D/3D 1080p signal inputs directly
Native widescreen display, with support of up to 2D or 3D 1080p resolution
Built-in 10W speaker system
Flexible connections include two HDMI, VGA, S-video, composite, stereo RCA audio-in, stereo audio-out and RS-232 connections
Decodes all HDMI 1.4a mandatory 3D formats and SBS formats commonly used by Blu-ray 3D players, game consoles and set-top boxes
In the Box
Optoma Technology GT750 Gaming Projector with Optoma 3D-RF Glasses