Optoma GameTime GT-7000
We've heard of music-on-the-go, but how about a portable home cinema projector system? Optoma's latest GameTime machines aim to be just that

Optoma has released two new projectors complete with integrated speaker systems. There's no DVD drive, as we've seen on previous Optoma all-in-one models but the GameTime GT-3000 and GT-7000 still deliver a portable projection system.

Built with gamers in mind, the projectors are lightweight and come complete with a purpose-designed backpacks in order to take your big-screen machine to different rooms or to a friend's house.

The gloss black GT-7000 boasts an HD-Ready resolution, claims a 4000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 1600 lumens brightness. There are '2.1' speakers on board – a stereo pair and a sub – and of course the backpack for moving it from one place to another.

Also released is the GT-3000, with an SVGA, 800 x 600 resolution, 2000:1 contrast ratio and 2300 lumens brightness. This model also features integrated speakers – and backpack! – and comes in an 'ice white' finish.

The two projectors, which come with a remote control and Optoma's 'five year colour warranty', will sell for £500 and £350 respectively upon their release in October, which can't be bad for up to a 300in image, can it?