Panasonic has announced two new series of portable projectors, including a new short-throw range, characterized by a longer working life, higher brightness and wireless connectivity
The features of the new Panasonic portable projectors make them plug-and-play products in areas such as schools and meeting rooms. We start from the interactive 3LCD PT-TW351R series, which offers up to 10.000 hours of maintenance-free operation in ECO mode and includes four short-throw models, each capable of generating 80” images from a distance of 75 cm, eliminating shade problems because the presenter or teacher. The series includes two WXGA models (PT-TW351R and PT-TW350), 3.300 lumens of brightness, and two XGA models, respectively 3.800 lumens (PT-TX410) and 3.200 lumens (PT-TX320). The new projectors also are distinguished by the remarkable 16.000: 1 contrast ratio, which provides sharpness in images and texts projected. With its optional interactive pen or by using the Panasonic electronic whiteboard software, these projectors also allow you to annotate over projected images.
And now we come to the PT-LB423 extra-light series, which was announced the upcoming launch. It consists of six new models with a brightness ranging from 3.600 (WXGA resolution, PT-LW373 model) up to 4.100 lumens (XGA resolution) of the PT-LB423 model.
Both new series of projectors integrate a cable LAN terminal and a USB port to connect an optional wireless module (ET-WML100). The new projectors also have a built-in USB media player, and a second USB terminal allows the audio plug-and-play. In addition, the Panasonic Presenter Light Software for Windows PC or, alternatively, the VueMagic Pro app for iOS and Android, represent a double alternative for playing multimedia content.
Both PT-TW351R and PT-LB423 series are available from January 2017.
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