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05.22.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Panasonic introduces 3.5lb LCD projector


The PT-LM2U produces high contrast (400:1 ratio) images at a sharp 800 x 600 native SVGA native resolution.

Panasonic has introduced an ultra-portable SVGA LCD video projector, the PT-LM2U, a feature-rich unit that delivers 1400 ANSI lumens of brightness and an array of time-saving and security functions.

Weighing only 3.5lb and measuring 10-3/32in wide by 8-7/32in deep, the PT-LM2U boasts a footprint slightly smaller than a typical business magazine. The space-saving projector slips easily into a bag or briefcase, making it highly portable even when carrying it along with a laptop PC.

Due to its high-performance optical system and high-efficiency 130 UHM lamp, the PT-LM2U produces high contrast (400:1 ratio) images at a sharp 800x600 native SVGA native resolution (while providing advanced resizing technology to support UXGA). Using artificial intelligence (in high lamp power mode), the projector instantaneously adjusts lamp brightness to optimize on-screen imaging.

For darker scenes, it automatically lowers the brightness to produce deeper blacks and make light areas “pop out,” improving overall image quality and heightening enjoyment of DVD and other video programming.

For more information, visit www.panasonic.com/projectors.

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