Designed for game playing. Short throw. High-volume, good quality audio. 3D ready. Optimized for PS3 and Xbox.
No zoom or lens shift to help make setup easy. Some issues with image quality for full motion video.
By itreviews.com on July 05, 2011
The Optoma GT720 is a reasonably impressive 2D projector that's versatile enough for most uses, and does appear good value as a standalone product - particularly for use with a games console. Our conclusion from its 3D performance, with the 3D-XL...80
By Projectors at Projector Reviews on July 05, 2011
With a typical $699 street price and a $749 MSRP, this is one of the least expensive projectors around, targeted for the home. In addition, it can easily double as a good basic business portable projector. (Tax write-off anyone?) Before I summarize,...-
By ProjectorCentral on July 22, 2010
The Optoma GameTime GT720 is a great projector for the display of high-definition video games from the Playstation 3, Xbox 360, or even a high-end PC. It has a bright, dynamic image that pops off the screen, beautifully saturated color, and...97
By Gaming Nexus on June 24, 2010
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 provided a pleasant surprise, as they were bringing out a full lineup of...92
By PC Mag on April 26, 2010
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. Buy it...80
By AudioVideoHD on March 15, 2011
HD67N et GT-720, deux appareils aux caractéristiques très proches, la question est de savoir lequel privilégier ? Si vous recherchez une solution home cinéma à petits prix et avec des couleurs correspondant le plus possible aux...70