Home and Away: the ultimate in high quality presentation

August 2004
Management Services;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p31
Academic Journal
This article reports on the launch of Sharp's XR-1S, a lightweight pico-portable digital light processing projector. With a high contrast ratio of 1500:1 thanks to its digital light processing chip, the product performs excellently at work in brighter office environments or at home, when watching darker movie scenes. Offering the versatility of a high-end projector in a compact and lightweight package that is less than half the size of conventional ultra-portable projectors. It weighs in at just 1.4 kilogram with dimensions of 247 x 64 x 122 millimeter. The projector can sit comfortably alongside a laptop in a briefcase, eliminating the need to carry additional baggage to and from presentations, or when taking it home for an enjoyable night's viewing. Creating a good impression within the meeting environment is achieved through its stylish compact appearance and utilization of a high quality Carl Zeiss lens which enables the reproduction of extremely high quality images on screen. Freedom of movement can also be achieved through using the credit card sized remote control, which includes total mouse control over the presentation content. Adding to this is a wide range of in-built presets that maximize the projector's performance.


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