Canon USA Inc. has introduced three new XGA-resolution LCD projectors. The new projectors offer a switching feature to allow users to select the level of brightness for the situation and come with the ability to project images 25 percent brighter than previous Canon projectors. They also include a digitizer pointer, which includes a mouse click function and provides for onscreen annotation.
The Multimedia Projector LV-7525 offers 1,024 x 768 resolution and achieves 2,750 ANSI lumens. It includes a progressive scan function for the reproduction of interlace-signal video images is compatible with HDTV and DVD component inputs (Y, Pb/Cb, Pr/Cr). Canon's Digital Keystone feature corrects image distortion caused by projector angle. It comes with a suggested retail price of $11,995.
The LV-7325 and LV-7320 include several of the features of the higher-end LV-7525. The LV-7325 is also equipped with a built-in PCMCIA TYPE II card slot, which allows users to conduct entire presentations from the PC card. The LV-7320 has an SRP of $6,795, and the LV-7325 has an SRP of $7,795. The suggested retail price of the pointer is $499.
For more information, visit http://www.usa.canon.com.
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