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Mitsubishi Intros New ProjectorsHigh-end model offers 3,000 ANSI lumens
On the high end, Mitsubishi is showing off its XL30, X25 and SL25. All of the models are LCD-based and weigh in at 13 pounds. The XL30 is an XGA-resolution projector (1,024 x 768) with 3,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. The other two models offer 2,300 and 2,600 ANSI lumens of brightness, respectively. The projectors use three 0.99" LCD panels with a contrast ratio of 350:1. The models are compatible with Mitsubishi's ProjectorView networking system, which connects projectors to a LAN via Ethernet. The models also boast an improved picture in picture feature and 3D CineView, a technology that reduces image artifacts.
On the low end, Mitsubishi has introduced the XL2 and SL2 ColorView models. The XL2 offers 1,500 ANSI lumens of brightness and a lamp life of 2,500 hours. The SL2 offers 1,200 ANSI lumens and a 2,000-hour lamp life. Both offer Mitsubishi's ColorView Natural Color Matrix, a room illumination sensor, digital keystone adjustment, manual zoom and focus and 3D CineView technology. The low-end models are also compatible with Mitsubishi's ProjectorView networking technology.
The XL2 is an XGA-resolution projector that will sell for $3,495. The SL2, an SVGA projector (800 x 600), will sell for $2,495. The high-end model will be priced at $8,995 for the XL30, $8,295 for the XL25 and $6,495 for the SL25. For more information, visit http://www.mitsubishi-presentations.com.
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