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Sharp's new Conference/Classroom Series XG-MB65X and XG-MB55X portable projectors feature Texas Instruments DDR DLP technology to deliver a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, as well as XGA native resolution. Built-in RS-232C connectivity allows IT support departments to remotely check projector lamp life or provide operational support. The series includes an on-screen guide and help function to assist with setup and operation. The projectors, priced at $3,395 and $2,495 respectively, weigh less than 9 pounds and can be ceiling mounted.

Also new from Sharp: The AR-C360P color workgroup printer (shown), which was designed to handle a high-volume of documents when the color is important. It produces full-color output at 36 pages per minute and black-and-white output at 40 pages per minute, while offering multiple finishing options and advanced network connectivity. The product's $13,995 price includes My Sharp training and support, which aims to help users become proficient with the product's basic and advanced features. For more information on either new release, see www.sharpusa.com.
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