I Want a Dream Vision So I Don't Have To Dream Alone...

DreamVision showed two three-chip 1080p D-ILA projectors that featured stunning, curvaceous industrial design.

The DreamBee was the less expensive of the two, coming in at $7,800 with two HDMI inputs and Gennum's VXP processing. A Pro Version adds an outboard scaler with ABT processing (Anchor Bay Technologies is the video company formerly known as Silicon Image, which is the company formerly known as DVDO).

The CinemaTEN80 is a big step up at $25,995. It includes an outboard scaler, high precision optics, electropnic zoom and focus, and is calibrated to the D65 standard. Its literature also invents a word I hadn't heard before claiming the to use the ultimate "optronical" technology available.

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Edward T. Cochrane's picture

I saw the DreamBee at CES. This company has made some fine projectors in the past, but this may be the best one for the money. It also may have been the best projector at this year's show.

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