3D Technology is the in thing these days, which every other gadget company looks on while planning to develop a product. JVC, leading manufacturer of electronic gadgets, specially trusted on audio and video support, announced the birth of two new D-ILA multimedia projectors. Both the models support 3D as well as a promise delivery of Full HD images.
The two new models have been tagged as DLA-X7 and DLA-X3, with features such as 70000:1 and 50000:1 contrast ratio, respectively. Both the models come packed with two HDMI 1.4a ports. The DLA X-7 adds an Ethernet connection to its capability for streaming content directly from your computer.
Besides the HDMI ports, the projectors features an RCA input as well as a D-Sub VGA port to connect older computers or DVD players.
To view 3D content, users need to be fitted with 3D glasses which are sold separately and being developed by JVC. The projectors for now are made available in Japan only, with DLA-X7 at a price of $10500 while a price on DLA-X3 was not known.