updated 06:15 pm EST, Tue January 16, 2007
DLP projector w/camera
Toshiba today revealed the TDP-SC35U, its latest DLP projector designed to give presenters options for showing more than prepared 2D images during a class or meeting without the need for exotic equipment. The projector features a removable, 0.6-megapixel document camera attached to the system that lets presenters switch from a computer or video player's source to live images from the camera itself. Toshiba suggests that the camera is useful for showing 3D objects, transparencies, or anything which is either too fragile or too large to be digitally scanned. The core projector is based around an 800x600 projector with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio and a 2,000 ANSI lumen brightness rating. Dual VGA connectors are built in for multiple PCs, as are solitary RCA and S-video ports. Toshiba is already shipping the SC35U for $900.