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Mitsubishi Business Projector LCD-Based Quality

Mitsubishi Business Projector LCD-Based Quality

Mitsubishi Electric, maker of award-winning, high-quality presentation and display products, announced its first 0.7" LCD-based ultra-portable projectors that offer 1,000 ANSI lumens in both XGA and SVGA models. Unlike other manufacturers' ultra-portables, the XL1 and SL1 are aggressively priced while offering many advanced features, including Mitsubishi's exclusive ColorView Natural Colour Matrix, sRGB colour compliance, a sophisticated IRIS(Intelligent Room Illumination Sensor) control, along with digital keystone adjustment, manual zoom and focus lens.

"With the established history of Mitsubishi Electric in video and data displays, we always bring something innovative and new to raise the standard in presentation technology," said Julian Lefebvre, Business Development Manager at Melco, distributors for Mitsubishi Electric in NZ. "Last year we introduced our award-winning ColorView Natural Colour Matrix. This year, we are the first to introduce sRGB colour compliance and IRIS control. Ultimately, our projectors deliver a better value to our customers."

Mitsubishi Electric is the first projector manufacturer to offer Microsoft's sRGB Colour Profile in its projectors, including the XL1 and SL1. The sRGB standard allows presenters to match displays without a complicated calibration. A Microsoft Windows standard, the sRBG Colour Profile is based upon IEC Colour Profile 61966-2-1 that reproduces the same natural colour tones as most CRT phosphor-based displays, as well as display devices such as LCD monitors, digital cameras, laptops, printers, and other SRGB-compliant products. Flesh tones and natural colours are realistic and vibrant on both computer and video displays when the sRGB colour mode is activated.

"The XL1 and SL1 are entry-level products with top-of-the-line features," said Lefebvre. "Only Mitsubishi Electric can offer 1000 lumens in both XGA and SVGA resolutions, with ColorView and sRGB, making these projectors an unbeatable value."

Capitalising on its television technology expertise, Mitsubishi Electric offers its sophisticated IRIS control sensor on the XL1 and SL1. IRIS automatically senses room brightness and instantaneously adjusts the projectors' contrast and image controls to create the best image under the detected lighting conditions. If a window shade opens, a light is turned on (or off), or unforeseen changes occur in a room's brightness, IRIS allows the user to be confident that his or her presentation will maintain its clarity and picture image integrity, automatically.

"Along with offering a best price-for-performance features in a business projector, these new ultra-portables are perfect for home video use," added Lefebvre.

Available in 3rd quarter, 2001, the XL1 and SL1 will be competitively priced. These projectors come with a 2 year warranty on parts and labor plus a 90-day warranty on the lamp. The XL1 & SL1, like all Mitsubishi models, comes with the Emergency Roadside Assistance Program, a comprehensive service provided for units under warranty that offers next business-day replacement for down units when or where available.

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Author Notes:

Laura Tucker contributes and publishes news editorial to  An online look at projectors, home theatre and accessories; such as digital video, screens and slides.

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