Greater levels of clarity

August 2004
Management Services;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p30
Academic Journal
This article reports on the launch of the SVGA and XGA projectors from NEC. The range of projectors are the VT47, VT470, VT570 and VT670 and there is also a new multi-theatre projector, the MT1075, which delivers improved brightness levels of 4000 lumens. The VT series weigh in at just 2.9Kg so can be called portable and all four models offer 2 personal computer inputs as well as 1 output, against an industry standard of 1 PC input. They are simple to operate and produce low levels of fan noise. Brightness ranges from 1300 to 2000 lumens. Throw ratios are 1.2 to 1.8 and all produce image sizes of between 21 and 300 inches. The new MT1075 has been designed for greater levels of clarity and brightness. Key features include NEC's 3D reform giving horizontal, vertical and diagonal keystone correction to create a perfect square image regardless of the projection angle. There is also a power zoom and power focus lens and auto colour correction through an integrated colour sensor.


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