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Sharp Enters Short Throw Market With New Projector

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Sharp has begun shipping its first short-throw DLP BrilliantColor professional projector, combining the high brightness and convenience of a short-throw design with the high image quality and reliability of BrilliantColor DLP technology. Ideal for interactive presentations, the PG-F267X simplifies projector placement in classrooms and meeting rooms with limited space, achieving a 100-inch diagonal image from a distance of just 4.3 feet. Designed for the conference/classroom market, this projector offers a short-throw design, superior color accuracy and enhanced inputs including a RJ-45 LAN terminal for remote access and diagnosis.

The PG-F267X offers a short throw design to permit large screen images to be projected from an exceptionally short throw distance -- a 100-inch diagonal image from the distance of only 4.3 feet from the screen or a 60-inch diagonal image from only 2.7 feet from the screen. This eliminates shadows that can occur on the screen caused by the presenter being in the light path of the projector. It also helps to avoid the projector lamp shining in the eyes of the presenter. See Sharp at Infocomm booth #4701.



Short-Throw Projectors

Over the last several years, it seems that short-throw projectors have been popping up in many manufacturers' product catalogs.

Canon Unveils Ultra-Short Throw Projector

Canon U.S.A., Inc . has introduced the LV-8235 Ultra-Short Throw (UST) Multimedia Projector. Capable of projecting an 80-inch picture from a distance of only 1.04 ft., the LV-8235 UST can sit on a table or be mounted horizontally or vertically on a wall, ceiling or floor for a variety of 3D or 2D display application

BenQ Adds Interactive Short-Throw Projectors

BenQ America Corp. has introduced its new MW860USTi and MP780 ST+ interactive short-throw projectors with ultra-short-throw ratios of 0.37 and 0.49, respectively. Designed to provide teachers and students with the ultimate interactive experience in any classroom setting, the teaching tools feature BenQ's second-ge