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Panasonic expands short-throw projector range

James McGrath 18 July 2014
Panasonic expands short-throw projector range

New to Panasonic’s short-throw projector portfolio is the PT-TW341R range, which has been designed for bright projection in meetings and classrooms.

The series, which comprises four models, is said to carry outstanding performance with up to 3,500 lumens of brightness, a high contrast ratio of 5,000:1 and long lamp replacement cycle of up to 8,000 hours in eco mode.

Designed with Panasonic’s original Daylight View Lite function, every model allows control of image brightness in a bright room for comfortable viewing.

Qualities, normally inherent to short throw projectors, include the ability to produce large images without casting a shadow on the screen or dazzling the presenter.

The PT-TW341R series is designed with built-in interactivity, allowing up to two users to write or draw on the projected image with an interactive pen/pointer. Installation flexibility is another strong feature of the PT-TW341R series which is equipped with both vertical and horizontal, corner keystone and Curved Screen Correction allowing the user to adjust an image and project on a curved screen.

Other useful features include Memory Viewer function, which enables PC-less presentation, USB Display, built-in 10W speaker, and direct power off.


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