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75 pounds, it features enhanced digital keystone correction, an LED instant feedback display to communicate with end-users and a recessed tens to protect the most delicate component of the technology.
75 pounds, it features enhanced digital keystone correction, an LED instant feedback display to communicate with end-users and a recessed lens to protect the most delicate component of the technology.
In addition, the unit has digital keystone correction allowing for distortion-free projection, and under 37dBA whisper-quiet operating mode for small meeting environments.
Also included with the TLP-X4500U are horizontal and vertical digital keystone correction ensuring distortion-free images in a wide range of room sizes, and quiet "whispermode" performance, which keeps the unit's audible noise to a minimum to help ensure that the focus of the presentation is where it should be--on what's being projected.
Equipped with the latest in presentation technology, the MP8755 and MP8770 include picture-in-picture, intelligent image scaling, Digital Keystone Correction and VirtualMouse remote control.
Users can also take advantage of digital keystone correction to improve picture quality, while the projector's whisper-mode reduces noise and extends lamp life up to 3,000 hours.
Digital keystone correction and support for the latest video standards, including 480p, 576p, 780p and 1080I High Definition imaging, are also included.
Both feature a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, digital keystone correction, Digital Light Processing by Texas Instruments, and a money-saving Eco-Mode option to extend tamp life by more than 30 percent.