Small Video Projector Launched By Mitsubishi
Feb 11, 2005
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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division introduced its PocketProjector(TM), one of the world's smallest LED projectors. Weighing just 14 oz, it can be battery powered or used with a universal car adapter for mobile video.

The PocketProjector has one of the shortest projection distances of mobile projectors. Users can easily create a 20-in diagonal screen with only a little over a foot of projection distance, and a 40-in screen image in less than a yard.

The PocketProjector powers on or off instantly for quick and easy start-up, and can display images from a notebook computer, portable DVD player, and gaming consoles. It is lighted by three Lumileds(TM) LEDs (red, green, blue) that produce a SVGA (800 x 600 pixels) image formed digitally by the DLP(TM) chip by Texas Instruments. The projector's advanced lighting technology is rated to last 20,000 hr; with an average use of 5 hr per day, the lamp is expected to last over 10 years.

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