3D-ready DLP projector, ViewSonic® PJD6531w

The ViewSonic® PJD6531w is a wide format and advanced 120Hz / 3D-ready DLP®(Digital Light Processing) projector. It features BrilliantColor™ technology that produces more lively colors and delivers spectacular all-digital clarity with vivid and sharp graphics video. It gives 3000 lumens and sporting a 1280x800 WXGA native wide resolution. Wide resolution supports all HDTV formats, including 720p and 1080i/p. With its high brightness and 3200:1 dynamic contrast ratio, this projector is bright in virtually any lighting situation and guarantees a distortion free image. PJD6531w’s sophisticated 5-segment color (RGBWY) wheel gives greater color accuracy than the standard DLP projectors with a 4-segment color wheel. This projector is energy efficient. Its Eco Mode presents up to a 6,000-hour lamp life and reduced noise (29 dB in Eco compared to 34 dB in normal mode), and <1W energy usage with its Power Saving Mode.

This projector can be used for table-top or can be mounted on the ceiling and is ideal for classrooms and boardrooms. Its RJ-45 connectivity feature enables remote network control to schedule, manage and monitor the projector remotely and receive e-mail alerts of projector lamp status. It covers extensive input options that include HDMI 1.3 connector with HDCP support. It is integrated with 10W speakers that provide remarkable multimedia performance. Its fast 120Hz frame rate makes this projector optimized for 2D and 3D performance with support for both NVIDIA 3D-Vision™ and Texas Instruments DLP Link technologies. For a fully immersive 3D gaming, a 3D Vision Kit (a combination of high-tech wireless glasses and advanced software) from nVIDIA is required to transform hundreds of PC games into full stereoscopic 3D. Also, with the help of the projector’s embedded emitter function, a pair of DLP Link compatible glasses such as the optional ViewSonic PGD-150 active shutter glass kit is all that is required to unlock 3D capabilities.

Posted 2010-09-25 and updated on Sep 30, 2010 10:27pm by richard opinion

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