Here is some info on the new Sim2 line, including the new Mico 150 with its new funky cabinet design
MICO 150 is a truly innovative product: a potent mix of two of the latest cutting-edge technologies – LED and 3D - brought together by SIM2’s world-renowned design team in a projector that produces images that are sure to amaze! This is the world’s first active 3D LED projector – and yet another landmark product for SIM2.
MICO 150 utilizes the same Super PureLED and active 3D* technologies as the MICO 160. The video processing electronics are the same as those used in SIM2’s high-end LUMIS 3D-S 3-chip series and offer the same optimized picture modes for 2D and 3D viewing: PureMovie, PureMotion 2D and PureMotion 3D.
SUPER PureLED technology is a true all-digital system, with a trio of LEDs (red, green and blue) acting as both light and color source for the DLP® chipset. The purity of color and the ability of this technology to deliver light as and when it is needed provide the MICO 150 with the ability to produce rich, dynamic and colorful images. A 0.95” DarkChip4 DLP® chipset, MICO optical light engine and SIM2 processing electronics complete the feature list of Super PureLED technology. MICO 150 has 1,000 lumens light output and a contrast ratio of 100,000:1 with DynamicBlack™.
Connecting Full HD 2D and 3D video sources to the MICO 150 is simplicity itself: the projector’s input panel has two HDMI 1.4a inputs, available to use for direct digital connection to these devices. A choice of three lenses comes as standard with the MICO 150, giving the projector a total throw ratio of 1.5-3.9:1 and 0.675:1, making it suitable for a wide range of home theater systems. MICO 150 has a newly designed cabinet with crystalglass
accents, and is available in matte black.
And, for those who do not require the extra brightness provided by the SUPER PureLED technology, SIM2 has created the MICO 140(*) which sports PureLED and a brightness of 800 Ansi Lumens.
Also some more comments about the Nero range I've come across-
“Now that we have with the S-3D LUMIS set standards that we want to position our development lead with NERO on a broader front in the market,” said Jim Steinbrecher, General Manager of SIM2 Germany. “Therefore we have for the models that we introduce in the coming months, adjusted our technology from the high-end segment consistently and can the customer thus guaranteeing always the latest developments in 3D home theater – no matter what demands on the projector itself arise concerning application focus, home decor and price range. ”
The Nero 3D-2 could be the one if it problem free. Wonder how loud the fan noise would be as Sim2 don't list the db for fans on their units.