Proxima Debuts Laser Phosphor Projector
Proxima Displays Corporation announced the release of the LP7000U, a laser-phosphor DLP WUXGA (1920×1200) resolution projector. The LP7000U is the first in a series of planned laser-phosphor projectors that Proxima Displays says they will roll out in 2016.
Featuring a brightness spec of 7,000 lumens and WUXGA 1920×1200 resolution (using a single chip DLP), the LP7000U inputs include VGA, HDMI, DVI/Display port and network content RJ45 inputs. The LP7000U ships with the standard lens, and offers three additional lens options, from rear projection through shows-throw. It’s spec’d to last 20,000 hours.
More information is here.
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