Praise be to the gods of hi-def, for they have gifted us the SIM2 1080p HT3000, a projector that can display hi-def in its highest resolution – that’s no less than1920x1080 pixels, fact fans.
You might be familiar with SIM2’s work. You know those gorgeous curvy projectors we’ve covered in the past? Well that’s them. The HT3000 is no exception, although it’s a more conservatively dressed proposition than the usual SIM2 fair.
Still, it doesn’t let us down in the specification stakes, combining a cutting edge Texas Instruments DLP chipset with 10-bit digital signal processing, which makes for a more detailed and altogether tastier picture than tired old 8-bit. Connectivity is taken care of by a pair of HDMI digital connections. But fret not if you haven’t made the leap to HDMI yet - Sim2 has thoughtfully slapped a complete set of analogue connections on the HT3000 too.
So you’re thinking of getting Sky HD? Perhaps a Xbox 360? We’d advise giving Sim2 a call, since this would make the perfect partner to any cutting edge hi-def home cinema setup. You can check out the entire product specs here, although the HT3000 is, sadly, not available until April.
That’ll give you time to save up for it, though. We didn’t mention the price, did we? £9000 to you, sir. You’ll take five? Excellent.