Have plenty of cash to spare? You might be interested to check out the LED-based Kroma projector then, where it comes with a single chip inside, being a 1080p DLP projector that relies on ReaLED technology. This special technology makes mother nature smile as well since it sips less juice compared to other projectors in its class, making the Kroma Projector last up to an astounding 100,000 hours thereabouts. Since there isn’t any bulb within, you also reduce the chances of getting poisoned by hazardous materials of sorts during use and after disposal. Features of the Kroma include HDMI, DVI, component video and RGB connectivity, RS-232 and IR control ports. It has a rated light output of 600 lumens and you can play around with seven different lenses – all optional, of course. Remember we said earlier that you can only get this if you’re feeling flush? That’s cause it will retail for approximately $35,000.
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