Optoma is to officially launch its brand new HD25 projector at the Sound and Vision Bristol Show 2013 which is taking place this weekend.

The event, which is being staged at the Marriott City Centre Hotel in Bristol, is the UK’s largest hi-fi and home cinema show and will see many of the top projector manufacturers displaying their products there.

The new HD25 projector is a key launch for Optoma, and is a new full HD 1080p 3D DLP addition to its range, coming equipped with a pair of Optoma ZF2100 active-shutter 3D glasses.

The projector is being billed as an “all-in-one” solution for businesses, featuring high-quality built-in speakers, two HDMI inputs, two VGA inputs, and ports for Component and Composite video.

The projector is being viewed by the industry as a possible follow up to the brands exceptionally popular HD33 model, which was released in 2011. It has light output of 2,000 lumens, a high contrast ratio and Dynamic Black technology.

Sound and Vision Bristol is now in its 26th year and draws thousands of stakeholders from the AV industry every year, including manufacturers, retailers and business and domestic users.