Sanyo brings interactivity to projection with the PLC WL-2503
Sanyo's PLC WL-2503 ultra-short throw multimedia projector allows presenters to create a fully interactive exhibition without a sensor-backed whiteboard. Combining a camera module mounted on the front of the projector, an IR transmitter-equipped pen, and a PC connected by USB to the projector, the interactive system allows a presenter to write on top of the projected display.
Able to produce an 80-inch, 1280 x 800 XGA resolution picture from only 34-inches away, the PLC WL-2503 pumps out 2500 lumens of brightness, features Sanyo's PJ Network Interface for wired networking, a 4000 hour lamp and filter life, blackboard/colorboard mode, and Closed Caption compatibility.
Hitting shelves at the end of January, the Sanyo PLC WL-2503 is priced at $1695.99.
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Posted by Justin Davey at January 19, 2011 8:22 AM