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PLUS Vision Corporation has launched its new U5 series, a line of compact DLP projectors in the 4-pound class. The two models offered are the U5-111 ($1,295) with a short-lens focus and the U5-112 ($1,595) with a 1:1.2 manual zoom lens--both of which feature 1,600 Lumen SVGA resolution. The U5 series also offers a 2,000-hour lamp life with an "Eco-Mode" option to extend lamp life; Digital Light Processing technology (from Texas Instruments), and the latest video standards including 480p, 576p, 780p, and 1080i High Definition imaging. The projectors also feature password security protection that disables the use of the projector if a valid password is not supplied. For more information visit www.plus-america.com.
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Title Annotation:What's new: looking for higher-education and technology products and services? Start here.
Author:Klein, Alana
Publication:University Business
Date:Dec 1, 2003
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