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Availability of ViewSonic’s PJD6211, PJD6221 and PJD6381 3D Projectors

July 31st, 2009 · 2 Comments · GeForce 3D Vision

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On June 15th ViewSonic has announced three new 3D-ready DLP projectors that are suitable solution to be combined with Nvidia’s GeForce 3D Vision shutter glasses instead of a 120 Hz LCD display or a compatible TV screen. The first two “normal” DLP projectors – PJD6211 and PJD6221 should’ve been available in July according to Viewsonic, but looking around for them in the last few days proved that they are still not on sale. And PJD6381 – also a 3D-ready, but an ultra short-throw DLP projector (unlike the other two cheaper models that are a normal-throw ones) should be available in August, again according to the official information from Viewsonic’s press release…


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But according to some new information I just got from Viewsonic (thanks to Twitter) the new 3D-compatible PJD6211 DLP projector will be available in 1-2 weeks (by the middle of August), the PJD6221 and PJD6381 will be available in late August. So if you are looking to get any of these new 3D-ready DLP projectors for your 3D Vision setup you should start preparing for it, because I’m really eager to get a Viewsonic PJD6211 to it try out and compare the big screen and smaller resolution (1024×768) with high resolution (1680×1050), but small in diagonal Samsung 2233RZ display (22-inch)…

Viewsonic PJD6211 – 1024×768 – $849 (middle of August)
Viewsonic PJD6221 – 1024×768, network management – $999 (end of August)
Viewsonic PJD6381 – 1024×768, short throw, network management – $1,249 (end of August)

For more information about the 3D-ready 120Hz projectors from Viewsonic…

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Craylon // Aug 6, 2009 at 10:13

    “I’m really eager to get a Viewsonic PJD6211 to it try out and compare the big screen and smaller resolution (1024×768) with high resolution (1680×1050), but small in diagonal Samsung 2233RZ display (22-inch)…

    same here, im really ancious to upgrate my s3d experience to a bigger screen and would really appreciate your input for that.

  • 2 Carlos // Apr 13, 2010 at 05:32

    I would not be so eager, I have 02 of them and its image is a crap Optoma style.

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