Kodak today announced that it will start shipping its new DP 2900 projector in may. The portable unit offers XGA resolution and 1,000 ANSI lumens. It weighs in at 4.2 lbs.
The new M1-DA DVI (Digital Video Interface) offers users digital, analog and USB connectivity through one connector. The DP2900 is also HDTV-compatible, which can further enhance the resolution. Using Digital Light Processing technology from Texas Instruments, the projector adapts to various lighting environments for projection. It also comes with Kodak's Image Manager, which allows users to choose between five preset options for maximum presentation quality. These settings make complex color management and projection mathematics accessible through a touch-button interface, which allows the projector to adjust the color, contrast and brightness automatically to best match the presentation.
In addition, the DP2900 features auto-sensing electronics that instantly identify the computer's video signal and automatically sets up the picture. A manual zoom lens and one-touch elevator foot provide image placement and focus. The Kodak remote control enables users to operate the projector from anywhere in the room.
The DP2900 will be available in May for $5,995. For more information, visit http://www.kodak.com.
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