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Mitsubishi shows PocketProjector at InfoComm show


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-28 23:00:00
Mitsubishi shows PocketProjector at InfoComm show : Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Presentation Products Division, maker of award-winning, high quality presentation and display products, is showing two new, tiny business projectors, at this week’s InfoComm show in Las Vegas. Possibly the world’s smallest projectors, the PocketProjector and PocketProjector SD each weigh in at 14 ounces and fit easily into a purse, coat pocket or the palm of a hand. These much smaller versions of Mitsubishi’s powerful professional business projectors are the perfect tools for small, collaborative meeting environments such as darkened private offices or cubicles, making a larger venue unnecessary.


BenQ PB8260 DLP digital projector


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-13 23:17:28
BenQ PB8260 DLP digital projector : BenQ today announced a new addition to its award-winning Installation-Series line of DLP digital projectors, the PB8260. The PB8260 employs IEEE 802.11b as its wireless standard to provide connectivity. The PB8260 is an ideal projector for installation in large-sized venues, including education and corporate presentation environments. With its wireless capabilities, the PB8260 can receive consistent signals from the source at further distances, providing dependable image quality. In addition, the PB8260’s input source switching capabilities make the unit convenient for multiple presenters, as the projector will allow the switching from one laptop to another without the hassle of manual switching.


Canon SX50 projector makes debut at InfoComm 2005


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-06-13 21:28:54
Canon SX50 projector makes debut at InfoComm 2005 : New to the InfoComm exhibit this year is Canon's revolutionary Realis SX50 Multimedia Projector. The Realis SX50 model is a multimedia projector using LCOS (Liquid Crystal On Silicon) technology, the next-generation projection-display technology that delivers amazing color, detail, brightness, and contrast. The projector offers high (SXGA+) resolution imagery, excellent performance on motion video, and crisp, sharp display of text. Introduced on October 5, 2004, the Realis SX50 projector is completely designed and manufactured by Canon. The SX50 projector's SXGA+ resolution images are made possible by Canon's patented proprietary AISYS (Aspectual Illumination System) technology.


Epson PowerLite 760c and PowerLite 765c projectors


Mark Peters : 2005-05-23 08:30:00
Epson PowerLite 760c and PowerLite 765c projectors : Epson America Inc. is again enhancing its line of Commuter Series multimedia projectors with the introduction of the Epson PowerLite 760c and PowerLite 765c. Building off the successes of the Epson PowerLite 740c and PowerLite 745c, the PowerLite 760c (3.8 pounds) and PC-free/wireless PowerLite 765c (3.9 pounds), respectively, replace these models, offering new features such as Instant Off(TM), quieter operation as low as 35-39 db, enhanced PC-free performance and 32-bit color output. Both models feature native-XGA resolution (1,024 x 768) and up to 2,500-ANSI lumens of brightness, while maintaining sleek, travel-friendly designs (7.6"D x 10.9"W x 2.7"H).


Epson PowerLite S3 multi-purpose projector


Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 13:45:00
Epson PowerLite S3 multi-purpose projector : Epson Canada Ltd. today introduced the PowerLite S3 multi-purpose projector, designed for office, classroom and home applications, and offering 1,600 ANSI-lumens of brightness and SVGA (800 x 600) native resolution. Housed in a 5.6 lb design, it’s driven by Epson’s 3LCD technology. When the power button on the unit is pressed, a verification tone sounds, and in five seconds, the projected image will begin to appear on the screen. The device automatically recognizes if a cable from a computer or video device has been plugged into one of its input ports, and then displays that signal immediately without having to press any buttons.


Sony Ipela PCS-TL50 videoconferencing system


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-05-15 20:43:59
Sony Ipela PCS-TL50 videoconferencing system : With major construction on the key connecting road between Rutgers University's largest campus and New Jersey interstates threatening to disrupt travel and cause commuting headaches this summer, Sony's IPELA line of Internet protocol (IP)-based communications technology is being used to help the school's faculty and staff stay out of traffic jams, while staying in touch remotely. Sony's PCS-TL50 IP-based desktop videoconferencing units are enabling the institution's more than two dozen deans scattered across five campuses to conduct regular meetings and ad-hoc communications.


Sony Ipela PCS-G50 videoconferencing system


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-05-15 20:43:00
Sony Ipela PCS-G50 videoconferencing system : Sony Electronics is expanding its IPELA line of Internet protocol (IP)-based collaborative communications products with a new videoconferencing system. The PCS-G50 is suited to conference room or other permanent installations. The PCS-G50 system is built on the same platform as Sony's successful PCS-1 and PCS-G70 videoconferencing series, but adds the scalability necessary for installation in a range of environments. "The new model adds depth and flexibility to the IPELA family" said Michael McCausland, vice president of visual communications for Sony Electronics. "The PCS-G50 provides excellent audio and video quality for multipoint calls and fills an important midrange market niche."


Sony Ipela PCS-TL30 videoconference system


Ilse Jurriën : 2005-05-15 20:13:59
Sony Ipela PCS-TL30 videoconference system : Sony Electronics is expanding its IPELA line of Internet protocol (IP)-based collaborative communications products with a new videoconferencing system. The Ipela PCS-TL30 system is designed for desktop use. The PCS-TL30 is a standalone IP-based videoconferencing system that can also double as a PC display, conserving desktop space by providing "all-in-one" system multi-functionality. "The new model adds depth and flexibility to the IPELA family" said Michael McCausland, vice president of visual communications for Sony Electronics. "The PCS-TL30 realizes the dream of desktop videoconferencing with a fully functioning A/V interface".


Canon XEED SX50 photo projector awarded


Mark Peters : 2005-05-13 15:00:00
Canon XEED SX50 photo projector awarded : Canon, leader in photographic and imaging technology, has been awarded for the Canon XEED SX50 as the best photo projector by TIPA. Canon took the main awards in each of the projector, camera, and printer categories. “These awards attest Canon’s consistent, long term investment into research and development,” remarked Mogens Jensen, Head of Canon Consumer Imaging Europe. “Imaging technology leadership is fundamental to our business; it is at our core. From image capture through to image output, we are committed to manufacturing the finest products in the world. We are delighted with this recognition from the TIPA members.”


Canon LV-7230 and LV-S4 Multimedia LCD projectors


Mark Peters : 2005-03-24 03:00:00
Canon LV-7230 and LV-S4 Multimedia LCD projectors : Canon's new LV-7230 and LV-S4 multimedia projectors are engineered to attract buyers with performance and price, while impressing audiences with quality images. Whether presenting to a conference room of businesspeople or a classroom of students, both projectors feature Genuine Canon Optics, and unique benefits that meet a wide range of needs. The LV-7230 model includes a 1.6x optical zoom lens that can display a dramatic 100-inch diagonal image from only 8.2 feet away, making it ideal for presenting to groups in small spaces; the LV-S4 projector combines a compact, lightweight housing with an exceptionally affordable price.






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