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Portable Panasonic projector a ‘world’s first’

Portable Panasonic projector a ‘world’s first’

Panasonic is set to launch the world’s first portable, high-brightness WUXGA LCD projector.

The PT-VZ570 series comprises six models, each offering a blend of high image quality, low total cost of ownership, flexible installation and collaborative functionality.

The projectors offer a maintenance-free operational life of 7,000 hours when set to eco mode, significantly reducing costs for businesses and educational institutions.

All six models allow both portable and ceiling-mounting, while Vertical Lens Shift and Screen Adjustment functionality means easy adjustment of images projected onto flat or curved surfaces, as well as angled projection.

Hartmut Kulessa, marketing manager for Panasonic, said: “Equipped with a high 5,000:1 contrast ratio and Panasonic’s Daylight View Basic technology, the projectors delivers bright, richly detailed images. They are ideal for any classroom or meeting setting.

“The Series also meets the growing trend for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) by providing wireless projection from both PC and mobile devices.”

The wireless network enabled ‘N-version’ projectors include next-generation Miracast technology, while Panasonic apps for iOS/Android and Wireless Manager ME 6.2 software for Windows®/Mac PC helps to ensure multi-user wireless projection in three simple steps.

Wireless models also feature Digital Link, which allows users to send uncompressed Full-HD videos, audio and control commands through a single LAN cable (up to 100m), reducing the cost and complexity of installation.

These collaborative features are shared across selected Panasonic professional displays and projectors for seamless A/V network integration.

4th July 2014

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