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Mitsubishi Shipping Three New ProjectorsTwo offer 1,000 ANSI lumens, another offers 3,700 (September 26, 2001)
Each projector has a dual lamp mode, which allows users to conserve lamp life, decrease overall power consumption, and extend projector life through lower heat levels. Most importantly, this new mode lowers projector noise to almost inaudible levels when the conservative lamp mode is selected, so audience members focus on the presentation, not extraneous projector noise.
The X500 has 3700 ANSI lumens and color management, video enhancement technology, and networking capabilities.
The X500 is a 3-panel poly-silicon, Micro-Lens Array LCD projector that supports native XGA (1024 x 768 pixel) resolution with compressed SXGA, and over 16.7 million colors; has a contrast ratio of 400:1, a powered zoom lens, keystone correction, and remote control. At less than 16 pounds, the X500 is designed for desktop or installed applications in corporate board rooms, schools, auditoriums, churches and hotels. Optional long and short throw lenses for more demanding conditions will also be available.
Mitsubishi Digital’s XL1, an XGA data and video projector, and the SL1, an SVGA (800 x 600 pixels) are small, light LCD projectors featuring the Microsoft sRGB color profile. sRBG Color Profile reproduces the same natural color tones as most CRTs displays, as well as display devices such as LCD monitors, digital cameras, laptops, printers, and other SRGB-compliant products. When colors are reproduced more accurately, users are confident in expressing their ideas, creating more dynamic, vibrant, influential presentations.
Both projectors feature Mitsubishi’s exclusive and award winning ColorView Natural Color Matrix. Lightweight at 6.4 lbs., these projectors offer 1000 ANSI lumens in a streamlined form factor and support 16.7 million colors. Unlike any others, both RGB and CMY color palettes can be independently controlled and adjusted like a graphic equalizer, offering presenters ultimate flexibility in creating more accurate colors and realistic images, in an easy-to-carry package.
MSRP on the X500 is $13,995; the XL1 is $3,995; and the SL1 is $2,995, with estimated street prices at $10,995; $3,695; and $2,695 respectively. These projectors come with a three-year warranty on parts and labor plus a 90-day warranty on the lamp. The X500 and XL1, like all Mitsubishi XGA models, comes with the Emergency Roadside Assistance (ERA) Program, a comprehensive service provided for units under warranty that offers next business-day replacement for down units when or where available. For more information, call 888-880-6351 or visit www.mitsubishi-presentations.com.
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