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Ultra portability with new wireless projector

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May 2008


Ultra portability achieved with Sanyo’s new wireless projector

SANYO is releasing a new small but very powerful ultra-portable projector in New Zealand this month. The new PLC-XU105 multimedia projector is ideal for dynamic presentations in a range of venues such as classrooms, seminars or conference rooms.

The PLC-XU105 combines portability with incredible brightness – an astounding 4,500 lumens. The unit provides crystal clear illumination with True XGA 1024x768 resolution. A 1.6x zoom combined with 360º tilt angle projection capability means the unit can be used in difficult spaces.

The projector’s lightweight body (3.5kg), compact design and stylish white casing will add an air of professionalism to any presentation. As with all of SANYO’s new portable projectors there is no need to wait for the unit to cool down. The ‘power off and go’ feature means you can disconnect the power cord immediately after your presentation.

SANYO’s Managing Director of for New Zealand and Australia, Bill Crichton, believes “the good looks and performance capability of the PLC-XU105 make it attractive to any business professional, educator or event organiser.”

The SANYO PLC-XU105 will be available from May at Sanyo’s Pro-AV dealers (view the list at www.sanyo.co.nz), retailing at $3599.

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