Panasonic Makes Claim of Smallest LCD Laser Projectors in New Launch

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The new Panasonic PT-VMZ50 Series makes a bold claims as the world’s smallest and lightest LCD laser projectors. Aimed at the classroom, conference rooms and boardroom markets, the PT-VMZ50 Series consists of three models: the firs two are both 1920×1200, with either 5000 lumens (PT-VMZ50U) or 4000 lumens (PT-VMZ40U) of brightness. The third model is […]

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EPSON Does 10K Lumens. Yep.

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When you think of super-bright projector lines, you automatically think Christie, Barco, Digital Projection, Panasonic, NEC and maybe Sony sometimes, but it’s very unlikely you think EPSON. I sure didn’t. But, I was in sunny southern California recently and was invited over to the EPSON U.S. headquarters to check out the company’s 4000, Pro G […]

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Canon Intros Entry-Level Priced Projectors

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Canon’s four new LCD projectors are divided into Advanced (“A”) and Mid-Range Priced (“M”) models. The line includes LV-8227A — specified at 2500 ANSI lumens with a 3000:1 contrast ratio and using a WXGA (1280×720) 3LCD engine; inputs include HDMI and VGA LV-7392A — an XGA (1024×768) resolution version of the above projector LV-7297M — […]

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Sanyo Shows 802.11n Projector

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Sanyo has just released details on their new PLC-WXU700 LCD projector – an 802.11n projector capable of streaming any computer resolution as well as MPEG4 video.  Specified at 3800 ANSI lumens, weighing 8 pounds and a native resolution of 1280×800, the WXU700 is a wide-screen 3LCD projector with a plethora of inputs including HDMI, VGA, […]

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Christie Digital Launches the Ultimate LCD Projector for Stagers

Christie announced the new LX1000, what the company says is the ultimate 3LCD projector for staging.  At 10,000 ANSI lumens, the dual-lamp LX-1000 includes 10-bit image processing that delivers natural color-tone reproduction, good picture stability, and flawless video playback. The inorganic LCD panels also result in less color degradation over time than conventional LCDs and […]

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