World’s First WUXGA Portable LCD Projector

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Panasonic PT-DZ16K

At InfoComm 2014, Panasonic unveils the PT-VZ570N, “the world’s first WUXGA portable LCD projector.” Thanks to 7000 hours lamp/filter life cycle, the PT-VZ570N offers a low TCO.

In an era of growing wireless and BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) solutions, making a WUXGA portable LCD makes sense.

Also highlighted at the show was the 3-chip DLP projector, Panasonic PT-DZ16K-- a 1080p-compatible, high-performance, full-HD projector promoted for its compact body, durability and low TCO. It is designed for a wide range of large venue applications requiring high brightness and long-term operation.

And Panasonic also showed its PT-TW341R Series LCD short-throw projectors for education and corporate sectors.

“Four is better than one with the PT-TW341R series projectors,” says Panasonic.

With the PT-TW341R series, Panasonic adds not one but four new LCD short-throw projectors to their existing line-up for meetings and classrooms.

The series offers with up to 3500 lumens of brightness, high contrast ratio of 5000:1 and long lamp replacement cycle of up to 8000 hours in eco mode.

Built-in interactivity, available with the PT-TW341R model, allows up to two users to write or draw on the projected image with an interactive pen/pointer.

Vertical and horizontal adjustment, corner keystone and curved screen correction allowing the user to adjust an image and project on a curved screen.

Go Panasonic’s Full InfoComm Product Line-up