Home Theater Projector – Large Screen Home Viewing
Having advanced the state of
the art in business mobile projectors by pioneering innovations
in micro-miniaturization as well as in leading-edge video technology,
color designing, and noise reduction technology, PLUS now brings
all these qualities to the home theatre market. The PLUS HE-3100
Home Projector is the world&'s smallest, lightest digital
projector for high-quality, large-screen home viewing.
revolutionary new HE-3100 Home Projector is on display at INFOCOMM
2001 Booth #13060, at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las
just 9.3 in. wide by 7.8 in. deep by 3.6 in. high and weighing just
4.4 lb., the HE-3100 Home Projector can be maneuvered easily to
make any location in the home a movie theatre-like viewing experience.
Home viewers will enjoy high-quality, large-screen viewing thanks
to a number of special features with the PLUS Home Projector:
contrast ratio of 600:1, based on single-chip Digital Light Processing
developed by Texas Instruments, provides the best-quality pictures
for movie watching.
RGB sequential lighting has been improved four times through the
new DLP Widescreen Component Set, which features a native
848 x 480 resolution-mode chip, the 480P, and support for a 240
Hz color scan rate. By taking advantage of the 240 Hz color scan
rate from the new DLP Widescreen Component
Set, the new HE-3100 is able to deliver the high-quality video images
home theatre viewers require, and longer movies will be much easier
on the eyes.
progressive scanning converter makes DVD 3-2 pull down detection
possible – and vivid and high-quality images very realistic.
Superior movie quality is made possible by the extremely fast response
of the Digital
Micromirror Device at the heart of DLP technology,
enables the smooth imaging of constantly fast-moving events such
Superior fan noise reduction to 33 dB ensures distraction-free listening
during a movie,
especially during intense scenes calling for completely focused
HE-3100 features a short-focus lens, which enables a perfectly formed
image of 36 in. diagonal to be projected from a very short distance
of 3.9 ft. (extending to a maximum image of 200 in. diagonal at
a projection distance of 22.3 ft.). As a result, the HE-3100 will
provide an optimal home theatre viewing experience that can be enjoyed
in any size room in the house, from the family den to a child&'s
bedroom – and enhanced in all cases by a brightness level of
450 ANSI Lumens.
features also include inputs for a wide selection of video signals
for a number of viewing options, including DVI-D input for a computer
signal, a composite, S-Video and component inputs for video signals.
Moreover, the HE-3100 comes as a complete package that includes
a compact and easy-to-use remote control, all required connector
cables, and a soft carrying case.
on all our experience and advances as the pioneer in the development
of ultra-portable business mobile projectors, PLUS Corporation
has brought the world&'s smallest and lightest home entertainment
projector to the marketplace, stated PLUS Corporation
of America President Tom Oishi. "Home viewers will now be
able to enjoy high-quality image presentation that is the culmination
of the successful development of high-quality video technology,
color designing and noise reduction technology by PLUS, in
combination with advances in DLP technology for widescreen
home theatre projection from Texas Instruments.
with micro-miniaturization that was formerly the sole province of
the business market moving into consumer designs, Oishi forecasted,
"Projectors will increasingly become a component of a complete
home entertainment system.
delighted that PLUS is among the first companies to leverage
the capabilities of our recently announced DLP Widescreen
Component Set, said Dale Zimmerman, Product Manager for
Home Entertainment Products at the DLP Products Division
of Texas Instruments. "We expect to see strong demand for
the PLUS HE-3100 from consumers who are looking for outstanding
image quality at a very affordable price. DLP
technology is establishing a leadership position in this rapidly
expanding market segment.
debut of the HE-3100 Home Projector is but the latest in a series
of milestone introductions from Japan's #1 DLP projector manufacturer.
These include: the UP Series of sub-10-lb. digital projectors in
1998, followed by the U2 Series of sub-6-lb. digital projectors
in 1999 and the U3 Series of sub-3-lb., "palm-sized digital
projectors in 2000.
with the debut of the HE-3100 Home Projector at this year&'s
INFOCOMM, PLUS Corporation is also introducing its revolutionary
V Series – the world&'s first 2-lb.
digital projectors – and a new and improved U3 Series of 3-lb.
digital projectors, which deliver 1,000 ANSI Lumens of brightness.
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