Canon to Offer Handful of New LCD ProjectorsCanon is coming out with what the company says are five new affordable multimedia LCD projectors. 3/30/2011 6:51 AM Eastern
Canon to Offer Handful of New LCD Projectors
Canon is coming out with what the company says are five new affordable multimedia LCD projectors.
Canon is coming out with what the company says are five new affordable multimedia LCD projectors. The new products include the LV-8225, Canon's latest WXGA-resolution widescreen 16:10 LCD model. Other new models include the LV-7490, LV-7390, LV-7295 and LV-7290. Company official said all are targeted at value-conscious users, including educators, traveling salespeople and small-business entrepreneurs.
"Important to the presentation market are innovative features providing real end-user benefits in addition to competitive pricing," said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager for Canon's Imaging Technology and Communications Group, in a statement. "For educators and economy-minded users, the introduction of these new portable multimedia LCD projectors offers greater value than ever before with no compromise in picture quality."
The Canon LV-8225 delivers native WXGA resolution (1280x800) for widescreen 16:10 images. Rated at 2,500 lumens, it is designed for full-screen display of diagrams, spreadsheets, and video.
At 4,000 lumens of brightness, the new Canon LV-7490 offers XGA resolution (1024x768), making it suited for larger environments and those with higher levels of ambient light. The Canon LV-7390, LV-7295, and LV-7290 LCD projectors are versatile XGA-resolution models with brightness levels of 3,000, 2,600, and 2,200 lumens, respectively.
The new Canon LV-8225, LV-7490, LV-7390, LV-7295, and LV-7290 have suggested list prices of $799, $1099, $799, $699, and $599, respectively. All models are expected to ship in early April and each is backed by Canon's Projector Protection Program, a free service program that provides a loaner projector of equal or greater value to the end user in the event their projector needs to be repaired.