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Sanyo PLC-XL50 projector

The first thing you notice about the Sanyo PLC-XL50 is that looks unlike any projector you've seen. Its feature set and functionality are also unusual, yet will solve many projection problems for cus 10/18/2007 9:02 PM Eastern

Sanyo PLC-XL50 projector

The first thing you notice about the Sanyo PLC-XL50 is that looks unlike any projector you've seen. Its feature set and functionality are also unusual, yet will solve many projection problems for customers.

The first thing you notice about the Sanyo PLC-XL50 is that looks unlike any projector you've seen. Its feature set and functionality are also unusual, yet will solve many projection problems for customers.

The PLC-XL50 is a short-throw projector that produces up to an 80-inch image when it is mounted about three inches from the screen, horizontally or vertically. It accomplishes this using a new, large-diameter, aspheric lens and high-precision aspheric mirror technology, as well as a new optical engine. All this produces a native XGA image with 2,000 lumens. Among many other features, the PLC-XL50 has been outfitted with a built-in vibration sensor alert, which causes an alarm to sound when the unit is picked up or moved.



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