Epson’s new PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 is a 2D and 3D 1920x1080p 3LCD projector that offers MHL-enabled HDMI. You can learn all about MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) here. Basically, MHL is a smaller connector (for small devices like memory stick streaming devices, mobile phones, tablets, etc.) that can output resolutions up to 4K and do surround 7.1, too.
The EPSON 2030 includes six color modes, is spec’d to output 2,000 ANSI lumens, has an integrated 1.2x zoom, has both HDMI (two ports) and MHL ports, handles component video and includes two pairs of 3D glasses. It lists for $999 and all the specs are here.