New for this ISE are the 7000 series large venue projectors from Mitsubishi Electric, along with advanced interactive pen versions of its popular ultra-short throw devices.
Mitsubishi’s latest projector range, the 7000 series, is available in three formats: the XL7100U (1024×768 pixel XGA); WL7200U (1280×800 pixel WXGA); and UL7400U (1920×1200 pixel WUXGA).
Based around a long-life, non-organic liquid crystal panel, the 7000 Series offers a light output of up to 6000 Lumens at 2000:1 contrast ratio. Its lamp life of up to 4,000 hours and less than 0.3W power consumption in standby mode makes the 7000 Series economical to own and run, says the manufacturer.
The 7000 series also boasts an ultra-low dispersion ED lens which offers greater light transmission efficiency than glass and improved optical accuracy across the entire image.
Mitsubishi says its Super Resolution image processing algorithm dynamically interpolates missing data from an input signal to create greatly improved clarity. Using the manufacturer’s Natural Colour Matrix, it images appear sharp, with natural-looking colours.