Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America WD570U

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America adds the wide-screen WXGA WD 570U to its lineup.
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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America WD570U

Jun 8, 2011 1:12 PM

Mitsubishi WD570U

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America adds the wide-screen WXGA WD 570U to its lineup of projectors for schools, universities, and businesses. It features a 3500-lumen output and a 3000:1 contrast ratio with an estimated lamp life of up to 6000-hours (in low mode). The projector boasts LAN display, which allows up to four computers to be simultaneously connected to and displayed by the projector. The screen can then be divided into four quarters, with each computer screen shown at the same time in a two-up by two-across tiled display. The WD570U has audio standby, closed captioning, 3D-ready capabilities, and is ultra quiet at 28dBA. A high-power 10W speaker with variable audio output is built in so even when the projector is in standby mode, the speaker can still be used, eliminating the cost and necessity of external amplifiers and speakers.
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