Toshiba's new projector delivers ultra-bright, crisp images to large venues and auditoriums.Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD DPD Department of Planning and Development
DPD Dihydropyrimidine Dehydrogenase
DPD Dead Peer Detection (Cisco)
DPD Division of Parasitic Diseases (US CDC)
DPD Dominant Wave Period
DPD Drug Product Database ) has announced the high-performance TLP-X4500U projector. Designed for the unique demands of large scale presentation venues, Toshiba's new projector provides an advanced feature set and input flexibility that allows the user to configure the TLP-X4500U to suit the specific venue size or projection need, and management capabilities including a convenient top panel, providing easy access to the lamp.
"Toshiba designed the TLP-X4500U to provide our customers with a high performance projection option that they can use for large venues or permanent installations," said Alex Ijuin, assistant general manager of the Projector Business Unit of Toshiba DPD, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. "This projector complements our current lineup of quality portable projectors by offering the same rich multimedia and connectivity features in a larger format."
The TLP-X4500U boasts an impressive 4,500 ANSI lumens coupled with native XGA (EXtended Graphics Array) A screen resolution of 1,024x768 pixels. The term stems from IBM's XGA display standard introduced in 1990, which extended VGA to 132-column text and interlaced 1,024x768x256 resolution. XGA-2 later added non-interlaced 1,024x768x64K. resolution and 750:1 contrast ratio to deliver an exceptionally high level of brightness and crisp, vivid images. In addition, the TLP-X4500U includes multimedia capabilities including integrated data, video and auto features to enhance any high-end multimedia presentations.
Packaged in a sleek high-tech casing, the TLP-X4500U includes two 1.0 Watt stereo speakers and DVI (1) (Digital Video Interactive) An earlier compression technique that provided up to 72 minutes of full-screen video on a CD-ROM. Acquired by Intel in 1988 from RCA's Sarnoff Research labs, Princeton, NJ, DVI never caught on. , S-video Component and Composite video A video color format that combines all three YUV video signals into one channel. The first video signal to include color, composite video transmits brightness/luma (Y) and colors/chroma (U and V) over one cable. NTSC, PAL and SECAM television sets have composite video inputs. inputs to provide users with a range of connectivity options for a complete multimedia experience. Other features unique to the TLP-X4500U include picture in picture mode, allowing users to view another display source within their presentations, and a convenient top panel, providing easy access to the lamp when it needs to be replaced. The unit's lens shift and progressive scan Illuminating a screen by displaying lines sequentially from top to bottom. Also called "non-interlaced," all modern computer display systems and many digital TV (DTV) formats support progressive scan. capabilities allow users to adjust the projected image vertically on the screen, and provides additional lines of resolution The number of horizontal lines on a TV or computer screen. The term typically refers to TV sets; for example, wide screen digital TVs have 720 or 1,080 lines of resolution, while analog TV uses 525 lines. VHS tapes can render from 240 to 260 lines. and higher definition to produce a crisp, clear display.
Also included with the TLP-X4500U are horizontal and vertical digital keystone correction Keystone correction, colloquially also called keystoning, is a function that allows multimedia projectors that are not placed perpendicular to the horizontal centerline of the screen (too high or too low) to skew the output image, thereby making it rectangular. ensuring distortion-free images in a wide range of room sizes, and quiet "whispermode" performance, which keeps the unit's audible noise to a minimum to help ensure that the focus of the presentation is where it should be--on what's being projected.
The Toshiba TLP-X4500U is currently available for $6,499(a) ESP (1) (Enhanced Service Provider) An organization that adds value to basic telephone service by offering such features as call-forwarding, call-detailing and protocol conversion. , and comes standard with a two-year warranty for parts and labor. All Toshiba projectors are available through Toshiba's enterprise sales team and authorized distributors, dealers, VARs, retailers or mail-order outlets and at www.toshibadirect.com.