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Sanyo intros PLC-XW250, PLC-XW200 handheld projectors
Environment friendly electronics are need of the hour today. Most of the companies as of now have rolled out their one or two products that are eco-friendly. Taking a clue from it, Sanyo too has unveiled its two pristine projectors the PLC-XW200 and the PLC-XW250. Either of the lucrative projectors makes use of simple Setup Functions and Eco standby power mode.
These projectors also come with redesigned electrical circuits, which let them be in line with the EuP-Directive Lot 6 and the EU RoHS Directive. Besides, both the projectors come packed with recyclable pulp molds.
The built-in Easy Setup Functions has auto input signal search, auto vertical keystone correction and input guidance function. The auto input signal search boasts of identifying the input signal automatically and brings about the right internal settings, while its auto vertical keystone correction function claims to control image distortion by identifying its position angle. If the image is distorted, it can automatically correct it.
Besides, the wired LAN terminal (RJ-45) of the two projectors proves to be highly helpfull for operating the projectors via network connection.
The projectors also comes with LAN connection settings that lets you project from a far-off location, power on/off, usage time and monitor lamp conditions. Besides, if there is any projector problem, the built-in automatic maintenance notification function notifies to preset email addresses, which results in to quickest maintenance response time.
The deployment of PJ Network Manager Software allows its users to control around 200 projectors on one network, thus minimizing multiple projector management time. Weighed just 5.5 pounds, both projectors has resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels, 13.13? (W) x 3.35? (H) x 9.72? (D) dimensions and 4:3 aspect ratio.
The PLC-XW200 and PLC-XW250 are expected to be made available for $895 and $795 respectively from May 2009.