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Wednesday, April 02, 2008
Mitsubishi Introduces WL6700U High-Definition WXGA Projector


New 5000-Lumen wide format projector for education, commercial applications.

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America?s Presentation Products Division, introduced its WL6700U, a 5000 ANSI lumen, WXGA resolution (1366 x 800 pixels) projector for commercial, home theater and education installations.

Blasting 5000 lumens with a 1000:1 contrast ratio, the WL6700U uses three 1.2 inch 3LCD inorganic panels. The WL6700U is available in a white outer cabinet and also features a DVI connector for a wider range of HD connectivity options.

The WL6700U can create side-by-side images for enhanced video conferencing applications that include a live video feed and simultaneous presentations on the same screen. It also offers RJ45 networking support for easy online management and control.

With a built-in motion-sensitive anti-theft alarm, Mitsubishi?s WL6700U is designed to deter projector theft from public venues such as classrooms, auditoriums or other open-access conference room settings. The motion detector is built into the connector panel cover and is set manually by a key. Once the cover is installed and the safety key removed, the projector?s alarm is automatically set; moving the projector will sound a 120-decibel high pitch alarm.

The suggested price of Mitsubishi?s WL6700U is $9,995 and it will be available this month through authorized Mitsubishi dealers. The projector comes with Mitsubishi?s three-year limited warranty on parts and labor plus a 90-day limited warranty on the lamp.


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