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Viewsonic £600 projector is 3D ready

May 6th, 2010 Pocket-lint 3D No comments

Short-throw business projector hides 3D readiness in its bowels
Viewsonic £600 projector is 3D ready

It may be primarily aimed at the business user, but the Viewsonic PJD5352 DLP projector is capable of displaying 3D images from a variety of sources, as long as it’s paired with active 3D DLP Link glasses.

Natively 4:3, this isn’t really a home cinema product, nor does it come with a HDMI socket, but its 1024 x 768 XGA resolution (1280 x 1024 compressed) and 3000:1 dynamic contrast allows it to show HD video content fed through one of its D-sub (VGA) ports. And its 120Hz refresh rate makes it compatible with any 3D material, to boot.

It also sports an extremely short-throw lens, so a 60-inch image can be displayed from as little as 1 metre away. And, as it only weighs 4kg, it can be handily carried from work to home and back again.

The best news is that it is, for a hi-def projector, cheap as chips (DLP chips?), costing ?600. Obviously the 3D specs will set you back another ?50-?100, but it could be the least expensive way yet to join the 3D revolution.

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Viewsonic £600 projector is 3D ready originally appeared on http://www.pocket-lint.com on Thu, 06 May 2010 16:45:16 +0100

Short-throw business projector hides 3D readiness in its bowels Viewsonic £600 projector is 3D ready It may be primarily aimed at the business user, but the Viewsonic PJD5352 DLP projector is capable of displaying 3D images from a variety of sources, as long as it's paired with active 3D DLP Link glasses. Natively 4:3, this isn't really a home cinema product, nor does it come with a HDMI socket, but its 1024 x 768 XGA resolution (1280 x 1024 compressed) and 3000:1 dynamic contrast allows it to show HD video content fed through one of its D-sub (VGA) ports. And its 120Hz refresh rate makes it compatible with any 3D material, to boot. It also sports an extremely short-throw lens, so a 60-inch image can be displayed from as little as 1 metre away. And, as it only weighs 4kg, it can be handily carried from work to home and back again. The best news is that it is, for a hi-def projector, cheap as chips (DLP chips?), costing £600. Obviously the 3D specs will set you back another £50-£100, but it could be the least expensive way yet to join the 3D revolution. Viewsonic £600 projector is 3D ready originally appeared on http://www.pocket-lint.com on Thu, 06 May 2010 16:45:16 +0100

Dell debuts wireless, 3D-capable S300w short-throw projector

March 18th, 2010 Engadget No comments
Sure, we may one day all simply carry pico projector-equipped phones and ditch any other sort of display, but until then, there’s still a place for projectors like Dell’s new S300w model. Designed mostly with presentations in mind, the projector can produce a 90-inch, 720p image from a distance of three feet (or 60-inches from two feet), and it packs both built-in wireless capabilities and a so-called “Plug-and-Show via USB” feature for some added flexibility. You’ll also get Crestron RoomView Express software bundled with the projector for remote operation and monitoring, and some decent enough all around specs, including 2200 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 2,400:1 contrast ratio and, of course, 3D capability (though not out of the box) — all for $999.

Dell debuts wireless, 3D-capable S300w short-throw projector originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 18 Mar 2010 02:56:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Sure, we may one day all simply carry pico projector-equipped phones and ditch any other sort of display, but until then, there's still a place for projectors like Dell's new S300w model. Designed mostly with presentations in mind, the projector can produce a 90-inch, 720p image from a distance of three feet (or 60-inches from two feet), and it packs both built-in wireless capabilities and a so-called "Plug-and-Show via USB" feature for some added flexibility. You'll also get Crestron RoomView Express software bundled with the projector for remote operation and monitoring, and some decent enough all around specs, including 2200 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 2,400:1 contrast ratio and, of course, 3D capability (though not out of the box) -- all for $999.

Dell debuts wireless, 3D-capable S300w short-throw projector originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 18 Mar 2010 02:56:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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