Compact Flash Cards – Three Pound Projectors
PLUS Vision Corporation of America, the
leader in projector miniaturization technology, announced today the new
U4-136, a 1500 lumen XGA projector, and the U4-112, a 1300 lumen, SVGA projector.
Both models feature zoom lenses; the U4-136 also features CompactFlash card
support, an important laptop-free feature for mobile professionals. With
the introduction of these two models, Plus Vision is expanding its U4 series
of projectors in the three-pound category. Versatile, feature-packed, DLP
projectors, the U4 series is ideal for boardroom, classroom, or mobile presentations.
Based on Texas Instruments' next generation Digital Light Processing™
chip technology and coupled with additional proprietary technology from
PLUS, the U4-136 and the U4-112 feature high-contrast, life-like colors
and images. Both projectors offer a 1500 hour lamp and an "EcoMode" option
to extend lamp life more than 30 percent (up to 2000 hours). The two projectors
further offer whisper-quiet performance.
"Our development team has done a tremendous job of significantly expanding
functionality in these new U4 projectors, while maintaining our signature
small size," said S. Mark Hand, vice president, sales and marketing for
PLUS Vision Corporation. "CompactFlash card support enables the user to
make presentations without hooking into a computer. The zoom lens feature
is another example of the expanded versatility of these new projectors,
making them great installation solutions for the boardroom or classroom."
To meet the needs of the mobile presenter, the U4 series offers digital
zoom, digital keystone correction, and a presentation timer. The timer can
be set for presentation times of 10 to 60 minutes in 10-minute increments.
It features an indicator that displays the remaining time for the presentation
on screen. The PLUS U4 projectors also support the latest in video standards,
including 480p, 780p and 1080i High Definition imaging. Additionally, they
allow for DVI (pure digital signaling), RGB (data), component and composite
inputs (video), thereby enabling any multi-media presentation or video viewing.
The addition of the CompactFlash card support to the U4-136 allows mobile
professionals to pre-record PowerPoint™ presentations onto a CompactFlash
card, enabling quality, "laptop-free" presentations.
Both new projectors come standard with all necessary data, video and audio
cables, a full-function credit-card-styled remote control and a soft carrying
case, fulfilling every requirement for effective presentations.
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