Digital Light Projector
Digital Light Projector True SVGA
 

Digital Light Projector True SVGA

A new Digital Light Projector from Zenith Electronics Corporation combines the performance of true SVGA native resolution and the convenience of lightweight portability.

Built around single-chip DMD (Digital Micromirror Device) display technology, Zenith's new DSV-100 portable projector is designed to provide superior projection performance from any input source, including personal computers, DVD players, VCRs and other devices.

The DSV-100, introduced this week at INFOCOMM 2000, offers up to 800 ANSI lumens of light output, with true 800 x 600 SVGA native resolution, and XGA (1024 x 768) compressed resolution. With SVGA modes from 56 to 85 Hz, the DSV-100 is compatible with both PC and Macintosh computers, in NTSC, PAL and SECAM formats. Features include:

  • Data Color Wheel - optimized for maximum light output
  • Zeiss optics - for crystal clear image performance
  • Power Zoom - with motorized zoom control
  • Built-in 10 watt (mono) audio system
  • Four inputs - PC, Stereo Audio, S-Video and Composite Video
  • Focal range - from 5.74 to 16.4 feet
  • Remote control with built-in computer mouse functionality - contains custom "zap" and on/off buttons
  • Easy set-up mode - offering one-touch set-up control

For more information, about projectors and digital projection devices see dlp projector.

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