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Optoma GT720
7.3 out of 10

Optoma GT720

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Optoma GT720 Projector Review

Projector reviews
5 July 2011
  • Conclusion: Lots of shadow detail, a fantastic amount, in fact. This is most helpful for games. Oh, however, I really would have liked to see better blacks. I’ve reduced the Brightness setting enough to crush some near blacks, to get some blacks vaguely resembling that of most entry level “regular” home...
  • Pros: For the price of a 42″ 3D LCDTV, you can have 90″ 100″, 120″, or even larger, for game playing. Talk about immersive!, Both of our gaming / projector bloggers find that the GT720 delivers as a gaming platform. No lag, good shadow detail. While consensus is picture doesn’t look as good as Epson pr...
  • Cons: For the price of a 42″ 3D LCDTV, you can have 90″ 100″, 120″, or even larger, for game playing. Talk about immersive!, Both of our gaming / projector bloggers find that the GT720 delivers as a gaming platform. No lag, good shadow detail. While consensus is picture doesn’t look as good as Epson pr...
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

GamingNexus
24 June 2010
  • Summary: Most of my hardware reviews during the course of the year are spawned out of visit during the annual Consumer Electronics Show in January. During CES 2010, my visit with Optoma , as they were bringing out a full lineup of gaming specific products called the GameTime Projectors.
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Overall 8
8.0

Optoma GT720

PC Magazine
26 April 2010
  • Conclusion: One of the few projectors designed specifically for game playing, the Optoma GT720 is 3D ready and offers a short throw, good brightness, and high-volume, good quality audio.
  • Pros: Designed for game playing. Short throw. High-volume, good quality audio. 3D ready. Optimized for PS3 and Xbox.
  • Cons: No zoom or lens shift to help make setup easy. Some issues with image quality for full motion video.
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