Sharp has a spanking new XV-Z17000 3D-ready DLP projector that is being prepared to hit the mass market, relying on a solitary chip DLP design that delivers contrast ratios of up to 30,000:1 alongside a brightness level of up to 1,600 ANSI lumens. Good thinking on Sharp’s part to keep their new customers happy by including a couple of 3D glasses inside to help you get started out of the box. Of course, this solution means you won’t need to purchase a 3D TV any more, although you ought to make sure your wall is painted in a neutral enough color to have everything projected look oh-so-real. Sharp says they will announce pricing at CES 2011 as the projector itself will roll out in Q1 next year.
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