We’re about to get a lot of information about the new “Polaris” projector, which will be available this spring in the United States.
But we’ve already gotten a pretty good feel for what to expect.
The most obvious change is that the new version will use the same “Pelican” color scheme as the older “Pillar” model.
It’ll be much lighter, but it’ll still be more affordable.
In addition to the projector itself, the company has announced that it’s also going to bring the new model to Europe.
The new version of the projector, dubbed the “Penguin,” is a 2K-resolution version of a “2K+” projector.
This means that the image resolution is still a bit smaller than what you get with the 2K+ model.
The projector’s biggest advantage over the old version is that it’ll have more room for an LCD monitor.
This is the new feature that will allow you to see the image on a screen that’s not a 3D monitor.
The big advantage of this is that you can use it on a tablet or laptop with a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The main downside of this, however, is that there’s no HDMI output.
Instead, you’ll get a HDMI output and an HDMI to VGA port.
The old version has an HDMI output, but the new one will only have a HDMI to HDMI port.
HDMI output is an improvement, but not a major one.
It’s possible that this is just a design change to bring back some of the more expensive 3D TVs.
HDMI is not the only 3D technology on the horizon, either.
There are 3D glasses, 3D headgear, and other 3D products in the works.
This projector is not just a 3d projector.
There’s also a prototype that looks like it could be used to convert an old computer into a 3-D television.
It uses the same software as the original Polaris projector, but instead of being an image on an image, it’s a projection of the image onto a 3rd-party LCD display.
This new model of projector will not be cheap.
In fact, it’ll cost around $3,000.
But this is going to be a much cheaper way to watch a movie than watching the old projector.
It also has an improved design, so there will be fewer moving parts, so the price of the new projector will fall more.
This will make the new prototype more affordable, and it’ll also allow more users to take advantage of the full power of the system.
In terms of specs, the new Polaris version will have: 3K resolution, up to 3.8 million pixels