Texas Instruments intros first wide WUXGA projector chip

Thanks to Texas Instruments and projectiondesign, your home projector may be getting a big boost in image quality and resolution. They’ve just announced the world’s first wide WUXGA projection chip. What does this mean, exactly? We’re glad you asked. WUXGA produces the highest possible projector resolution available, with a native resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels, running at a 16:10 aspect ratio. In layman’s terms, this means that a projector armed with this new Texas Instruments chip could easily out-resolution your 1080p-capable TV or projector system, producing incredible image quality in the process. Excited yet? Yeah, we thought so. You’ll be able to snag a compatible projector system from Norwegian manufacturer projectiondesign soon, as the company plans on installing the new chips in their F30 and F10 projection systems. No word on price, but quality like this is rarely cheap.


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