Davis has launched a lightweight projector using Texas Instruments' Digital Light Processing technology.
Weighing in at 4.5kg, the DL 450 projector is A4 sized at 335mm wide with a height of 130mm and is targeted at corporate notebook users making presentations.
Davis claims to have set new standards for picture uniformity at 85% evenness against the industry standard of 75%. The 230:1 contrast ratio and brightness of 450 ANSI lumens boosts the clarity.
Davis has included colour-coded cables and an icon-based menu, while the EVO connector allows computer, video, audio and mouse signals to be carried on one cable. A programmable infrared remote control gives users full mobility during presentations.
The DL450 projector features SVGA 800 x 600 resolution, a built-in 10watt loudspeaker, a ceiling mount kit and Davis presentation software. Users can zoom up to a factor of five on images and adjust to fit the screen from 1.75m to 5m.
The projector is compatible with PC and Macintosh machines and supports all video sources, including DVD. Direct from Davis, the recommended retail price is $6,700 (#4,085).
The projector is also expected to be branded by UK vendors and shipped in March this year.
Davis (Norway): 0047 32209000.
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