Toshiba’s new T90 projector series offers professionals and educators bright projection power with the option for wireless connectivity or detachable document camera support. The series consists of three models–the TDP-T90U, TDP-TW90U, and TDP-T91U–that are based on a Digital Light Projection (DLP) technology platform. Each new projector displays 2,000 ANSI lumens, native XGA (1,024 pixel by 768 pixel) resolution, and a 2,000-to-one contrast ratio to deliver the clarity and power to overcome even the most unforgiving lighting situations. Additionally, the TW90U can connect wirelessly with laptops or desktops that have wireless cards, and the T91U includes a detachable document camera that allows presenters to incorporate three-dimensional objects and hard-copy material into their presentations. The T90 series includes three video input sources, audio in/out capabilities, and a special monitor output connector that allows presenters to view their content from an external display instead of having to turn away from the class. The series is priced at $1,899 for the T90U model and $2,099 for the TW90U and T91U. All three projectors come standard with a two-year limited warranty and portable carrying case.

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