Sanyo releases two more projectors



Sanyo is an old name when it comes to projectors, and this has seen the company roll out two more models for the masses – the PLC-XM150/150L and PLC-XM100/100L projectors, where they will be the company’s representative of the type with out-of-the-box functions and high-brightness/high-image-quality technologies which have seen Sanyo’s line of projectors make it all the way to the top of the industry. The PLC-XM150/150L has been touted to be the highest brightness projector in its “lesser” sibling, the PLC-XM100/100L (we use the term lesser here on a liberal basis), it will come with a brightness rating of 5000 lumens. Users of these new projectors will find an inorganic liquid crystal panel that has been incorporated into the newly developed optical engine while working in tandem with a superior cooling technology that enables both projectors to boast such high brightness levels.

Compared to other conventional models from Sanyo thenmselves, these will come with a light efficiency that is approximately 20% higher, making it possible for use in large venues and well-lit areas with a large screen need, turning it into a form of digital signage for the masses as well. You will find that both models will come with Sanyo’s very own Active Maintenance Filter (AMF) system for a higher degree of reliability and trouble-free maintenance. A single cartridge will come with 10 filter rolls that ought to last you for up to 10,000 hours thereabouts. Whenever the system detects air blocks or clogs, the filter reel will scroll to the next clean filter.

Users will find that there are five lens options available for the PLC-XM150/150L and PLC-XM100/100L, giving you the opportunity to select the best lens possible for the installation site at all times. This ensures that the projectors can be used in a wide variety of venue settings, ranging from medium to large conference rooms, classrooms, school auditoriums and lecture halls. Installation is painless and easy, while other functions available include advanced Power Vertical/Horizontal Lens Shifting and Power Zoom/Focus, Vertical 360-degree Tilt Angle, compatibility with Sanyo’s optional PJ-NET Organizer and Direct Power-off among others. Expect the PLC-XM150/150L to arrive this November for $4,795 sans lens, while the PLC-XM100/100L will come a month later, retailing for $3,895 without lens.

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