Image Colors Matter — Choose an Inorganic LCD Projector


In a side by side comparison of color display, the Inorganic LCD Projector was far superior to a single chip DLP projector.  This is most noticeable for customers who are creating marketing materials for display use.  Just imagine spending hours on creating a new brand with a variety of colors, handpicked by you and your […]

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Have You Noticed Sony’s New Laser Technology? Eventually, You Will…


When it was first launched at InfoComm, there was, to be frank, very little fanfare surrounding Sony’s new VPL-FHZ55 – the industry’s first (and still only) 100 percent laser-based light sourced projector. We noticed, however, and even put it on stop #4 on our coveted InfoComm Top-10 Tour. We saw it as a game-changer (remember […]

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Texas Instruments DLP – The Interview


Gary Kayye caught up with Texas Instruments’ Dave Duncan, manager of front projection & DLP cinema and DLP products, today at the Integrated Systems Europe show and he filled us in on what’s going on now with DLP and how they see themselves in the market. Dave addressed some tough questions from Gary, including what […]

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Epson Launches Budget Projectors Aimed at Small Business


Epson’s new VS-Series projector models are aimed at small businesses on a budget. There are three models: Epson VS230, VS330 and VS335W, which are all priced under $529 and feature 3LCD technology. Features for the VS series include HDMI and VGA inputs, automatic vertical keystone correction, a horizontal easy-slide control bar and direct power on/off. […]

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Ultra-High Brightness Models for Sony’s XGA 3LCD Range


Sony adds what they call “ultra-high brightness” projectors to their XGA 3LCD range, designed for fixed installation applications such as boardrooms, show rooms, auditoriums and concert halls. The XGA resolution VPL-FX500L model delivers a 7000 lumen spec, the VPL-FX30 provides 4200 ANSI lumens (also XGA) and both are equipped with 1.6x standard zoom lens. The […]

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