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Sunday, January 10th 2010 - 14:00 CET
LG Electronics unveils its new versatile 2010 video projector series, including CF3D, the world's first Full HD, 3D Single Lens Type Projector and a new compact, lightweight projector, the LG HX300G, at the International Consumer Electronics Show. "Consumers are continuously looking for creative new solutions for both entertainment and business video display needs, and LG projectors provide the versatility and portability options for multiple applications," said Jeff Dowell, vice president, business solutions, LG Electronics USA. "Whether customers desire compactness and portability for presentation use, or theater-like performance for a home installation, LG has the right solution."
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Sunday, November 1st 2009 - 10:20 CET
Panasonic projector systems company, Unit of Panasonic North America, announced the debut of its newest LCD home theater projector with 1080p (1920x1080 pixels) native resolution: the Panasonic PT-AE4000U. Designed for home theater enthusiasts and audio video professionals who desire an immersive home entertainment viewing experience, the new Panasonic HD LCD projector delivers 1080p pictures with remarkable detail and clarity with 1,600 lumen brightness and 100,000:1 contrast ratio. The Panasonic PT-AE4000U 1080p high definition home theater projector is made in Japan and will be available in the United States in November from authorized dealers with an MSRP of $2,499.
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Tuesday, September 15th 2009 - 12:30 CEST
Samsung announced the release of the Samsung A600 projector, the latest Home Theater Projector with Full High Definition (HD) 1080p performance. The Samsung A600 HD projector builds on Samsung’s engineering depth and leverages the image performance and color quality of the acclaimed Samsung A800 and Samsung A900 Full HD 1080p “Joe Kane Signature Series” projectors. The Samsung A600 HP projector will be available for an retail price of $1,795. The Samsung HD projector features rounded edges, glossy black finish, low operating noise and weighs less than 13 pounds. With its high bright lamp wattage at 220 watts, the lamp life can last up to 4,000 hours in eco mode or 3,000 hours in high bright.
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Tuesday, September 15th 2009 - 12:00 CEST
Samsung announced the release of its latest portable LED projector, the Samsung P410M, an LED-based DLP pocket projector. Weighing less than two pounds, the P410M’s compact design (5.8” W x 2.5” H x 5.7” D), USB port, and auto play feature, make presentations “laptop optional” and packs easily into your laptop bag or briefcase. The Samsung P410M LED projector is now available at an Estimated Retail Price of $599. “Samsung prides itself on delivering the most innovative and advanced display technology to its customers, and the new Samsung LED projector leverages our heritage of superior display performance,” said Doug Albregts, Information Technology Division, Samsung Electronics.
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Tuesday, March 17th 2009 - 12:00 CET
Since launching, the EyeClops line of products from JAKKS Pacific has delivered high end electronics experiences at mass price points, resulting in a wide array of honors and awards from industry peers, consumer media and retailers worldwide. JAKKS Pacific plans to extend the innovation for 2009 with a whole line of other new EyeClops products for everyone in the household, including the EyeClops Mini Projector, which empowers the whole family to take their favorite media, such as movies, TV shows, music videos, even video games, and view them almost anywhere, for a larger than life entertainment experience.
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Monday, January 12th 2009 - 13:41 CET
Microvision, a leader in innovative ultra-miniature projection display products for mobile devices, today announced plans to unveil the pre-production version of its laser display solution for mobile devices at Macworld Conference and Expo 2009 in San Francisco. Providing an even more brilliant display experience and a 25% package-size reduction over Microvision’s SHOW prototype, SHOW WX, the code name for the new device, combines ultra-thin pocket-sized convenience with the power to project DVD-resolution images up to 100 inches across.
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Sunday, September 28th 2008 - 13:00 CEST
The Leica Pradovit D1200 projector presented by Leica Camera AG, Solms is the first digital Leica projector for high-end applications, a high performer in an elegant body of high-quality magnesium. With its extra compact size and weight of less than 3.5 kilograms, it is the world’s smallest and lightest projector in this class. The Leica Pradovit D1200 features a clearly designed menu and an additional remote control for the main functions, making operation even easier. The application potential of the Leica Pradovit D-1200 is wide and varied, ranging from high-quality large-format projection of digital photos to showing films in full HD quality, private video recordings and television programs and playing PC games.
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Monday, February 18th 2008 - 23:45 CET
Although every attention went to the introduction of the large amount of Samsung mobile phones at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona, something else attracted my attention; an interesting projection solution that will soon be available (first of all in Korea). The official introduction will still take some time, but we were able to get pre-informed. The Samsung MBP-100 projector will almost certainly be available in Korea in March and in the course of this year there will be a decision made as to whether the Samsung micro-projector will also come available in Europe and / or the United States.
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Wednesday, January 2nd 2008 - 15:42 CET
Microvision, developer of light-scanning technologies for display and imaging products, will unveil at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2008) in Las Vegas next week an advanced prototype of the first handheld, battery-powered, ‘plug-and-play’ projector based on the company’s single micro-mirror laser scanning display technology. Code-named SHOW, Microvision’s stand-alone pico projector intended for mobile device applications, is powered by the company’s proprietary ultra-miniature PicoP display engine. Microvision will preview the PDA-sized, fully self-contained, battery operated, full-color laser projector to select global OEMs, mobile carriers, content providers, development partners and members of the media.
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Tuesday, October 9th 2007 - 21:45 CEST
Toshiba’s Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems announced the release of the TLP-XC2000U LCD projector with integrated, advanced CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) document camera. The projector’s high-quality document camera features a 3-mega pixel resolution, 16X zoom and built-in LED light for capturing 3D images, fine text and microscopic details for big-screen display for a value-price of $1,099 (ESUP). The Toshiba TLP-XC2000U projector with document camera is HDTV/DTV compatible and the lamp life can be extended up to 3,000 hours in Eco-Mode for energy and cost savings.



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