Texas Instruments has officially announced its 4K UHD DLP chip, which should be available to projector manufacturers in the spring. The new 0.67-inch chip will allow for the development of single-chip 4K DLP projectors at more affordable price points.
Back at the CEDIA Expo in October, we got a first look at this 4K DLP chip in a prototype unit, compared directly with true 4K and 4K enhancement projectors from Sony and Epson.
"TI's versatile 4K UHD chipset gives us the capability of developing high quality 4K UHD products for a variety of applications. With this product, more people will be able to enjoy 4K UHD projection systems," said Robert Sterzing, President, Optoma Technology.
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