Projectiondesign F35 is world’s first 2560 x 1600 projector

Dec 8, 2009

I spend lots of time in front of the computer so years ago I purchased a massive 30-inch Dell monitor. This thing lets me get several pages up side by side and rocks for high resolution gaming at 2560 x 1600. The 30-inch LCDs are traditionally the only display devices that hit a resolution that high. Projectiondesign has unveiled a new projector called the F35 that joins the 2560 x 1600 club.

The new projector uses the Texas Instruments WQXGA DLP chip and brightness is rated at 6500 lumens. The contrast ratio for the projector is 8000:1 and it supports 720p HD resolutions as well as 1080i. Inputs include DVI-D, dual HDMI 1.3, dual VGA, and component.

The projector measures 376 x 510 x 223mm and weighs 12.6kg. The projector is capable of throwing an image of up to 65 feet wide. That is one seriously big picture. The F35 is set to hit market in the second half of 2010 and will be expensive I am sure.

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