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projector 

An optical instrument that forms a magnified image of an object (e.g. a slide) onto a screen.
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This projector is perfect for professionals who want an attractive, portable projector with all the 'must-have' features at an affordable price," said Alex Ijuin, assistant general manager for Toshiba DPD's Projector Business Unit of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.
A recent study conducted by Texas Instruments concluded that LCD projectors are likely to degrade over time, while DLP models will not.
Just plug one of these versatile and affordable projectors into your computer, VCR, DVD, or digital camera, and your lesson plan possibilities are suddenly endless.
Our customers not only expect advanced features in their projectors that enable them to make great presentations, they also want innovative user-friendliness and flexible placement options that makes delivering an impactful presentation easier," said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.
Multimedia projectors allow instructors to project a computer screen, worksheets, slides, Web pages and even movies, onto the classroom wall.
Other projectors in this series include the NEC NP40 and NP50.
The new NEC VT49, VT490 and VT590 digital projectors provide essential features, long lamp life and impressive image quality in an extremely affordable price.
All projectors are built exclusively using DLP(R) technology by Texas Instruments, with each incorporating specific features to address varying customer needs and applications.
Sharp has expanded its existing line of DLP Conference/Classroom series projectors, with the addition of the XG-MB67X.
The complete family of STARUS Digital Cinema projectors also includes the STARUS NC1500C for medium-sized movie screens, and the STARUS NC800C for smaller theatres, screening rooms, and post-production facilities.