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Ultra Short-Throw Projectors: Mitsubishi WD380U-EST and XD380U-EST

Mitsubishi?s new EST (extreme short-throw) projectors rely on their lenses, not mirrors, to cast a 70-inch image from a distance less than 23 inches from a projection surface. 6/02/2011 11:23 PM Eastern

Ultra Short-Throw Projectors: Mitsubishi WD380U-EST and XD380U-EST

Mitsubishi?s new EST (extreme short-throw) projectors rely on their lenses, not mirrors, to cast a 70-inch image from a distance less than 23 inches from a projection surface.

Mitsubishi's new EST (extreme short-throw) projectors rely on their lenses, not mirrors, to cast a 70-inch image from a distance less than 23 inches from a projection surface. The first two projectors in the new lineup—the WD380U-EST and XD380U-EST—have USB A and B inputs, support for computer-free presentations, LAN display, a built-in 10W speaker, audio standby, closed captioning, and 3D-ready capabilities. They produce 2,800 and 2,500 lumens, respectively. The wide-format WD380U-EST and XGA resolution XD380U-EST are ultraquiet, at 28dB, and offer a lamp life estimated to last up to 6,000 hours in low mode. The projectors have a 3,000:1 contrast ratio and use DLP technology. 888-307-0312. www.mitsubishi-presentations.com. Booth 3400.

 


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