Sanyo LP-XL50 projector only needs 8cm

Posted on Friday, Jun 15 2007 @ 08:05 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Sanyo has a new LP-XL50 projector which can project an 80" image onto a screen with just 8 centimeters of space between the lens and the wall.
Moreover, you can still squeeze out marginally smaller images from even closer ranges thanks to its newfangled optical engine. Specs wise, you'll find a 1,024 x 768 native resolution, 275-watt UHP1 lamp, 2,000 lumens, "blackboard mode" for mounting just above a classroom board, theft deterrent system to foul up those mischievous kids, a pair of VGA inputs, component, S-Video, and composite connectors, and a built-in two-watt speaker to boot. Unfortunately, it seems that you'll be waiting 'til late December to throw down your ¥600,000 ($4,931), but click on through for a few more looks for the time being.


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