Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Sanyo PLC-XU4000 Ultra-Portable Projector is Low Power, High Brightness

It's rather difficult to imagine just how an ultra-portable projector that delivers a high brightness level can also be eco-friendly, but that's exactly what Sanyo says about their latest such product, the PLC-XU4000 model, which has just been officially presented by the Japanese company.

The PLC-XU4000 weighs just seven pounds, which means that it can be very easily carried around, while also being able to provide an 1024x768 pixels (XGA) resolution, as well as a 4000 lumens brightness level and 2000:1 contrast ratio, all with a power consumption reduced up to 69% in comparison to conventional models.

The projector sports a microphone input for presenters with playback over a built-in speaker that is driven by a 10-watt amplifier, while network control is available through an RJ45 LAN connection and SANYO's PJ-Network software.

The range of video inputs includes a D-sub 15 pin RGB Component input and a second D-sub 15 pin RGB input that also functions as a video output, as well as single S-Video and RCA Composite inputs, and, for audio connectivity, the device comes packed with dual stereo mini jack audio inputs, plus a stereo pair of RCA jacks and a stereo mini jack output.

"The PLC-XU4000 provides a high level of performance in a package that combines great portability with highly efficient 'green' operation. Whether the projector is moved from classroom to classroom in an educational facility or taken on the road for business, its size makes it a highly flexible presentation tool," stated Sam Malik, Vice President and General Manager of the Presentation Technologies Group in SANYO North America's Consumer Solutions Division.

"Our new, highly advanced lamp control technology produces higher picture quality that maintains brightness and color accuracy with lower power consumption, extending lamp life up to 5000 hours," Mr. Malik added.

The Sanyo PLC-XU4000 projector is slated to become officially available n January 2011, the estimated MSRP being set at just around $1,545.99.

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