Posted Tue Sep 6, 2011 at 09:00 AM PDT by Dick Ward
The Nero series consists of four different single chip projectors, three of which handle your 3D needs.
The latest line of high-end projectors from SIM2 offers a few different options to those looking for an upgrade. All utilize the ALPHAPATH light engine and are made to work in what SIM2 calls "real world lighting conditions."
The Nero 3D-1 is the baseline model of the series. It features a DarkChip that helps to offer a contrast ratio of over 10,000:1. The 3D-2 steps things up with a DarkChip4, a 30,000:1 contrast ratio and a few other built-in technologies to improve picture and performance. The Nero 3D, meanwhile, focuses on brightness, offering 3,000 lumens instead of the 2,000 from the other projectors.
The oddball in the pack is the Nero 235, which doesn't do 3D but offers a 2560 x 1600 resolution and plenty of noise reduction and detail enhancement technologies.
Pricing for the new line starts at $16,000.
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