ViewSonic Releases Trio of Projectors
- Pro8200 has 10-bit colour processing
- PJD5523w has BrilliantColor technology
- PJD5123 has eco-saving mode
ViewSonic projectors can create 300-inch images with life-like colour, sharp graphics and outstanding video, claims the manufacturer who has released its three latest models.
The Pro8200 with full 1080p HD resolution, combines DLP and BrilliantColo technologies with 2,000 lumens and 4000:1 contrast ratio. Claimed to deliver a vibrant visual experience to home theatres, the Pro8200 incorporates the seven-segment colour wheel to enhance the picture and clarity. Even with lighting on the 2,000 lumens and 4000:1 contrast ratio produces illuminating images. Furthermore, Pixelworks PW980 video processor delivers full 10-bit colour processing, detail enhancement technology and motion adaptive de-interlacer for razor sharp representation.
The PJD5523w is a DLP projector designed for home theatre, small and medium businesses or every day consumers. Built with BrilliantColor technology, the PJD5523w produces 2,700 ANSI lumens high brightness level and 3,000:1 contrast ratio that is claimed to enable it to shine in virtually any lighting situation. It has widescreen 1280×800 WXGA native resolution, HDMI port and 1080p full HD video support and is just over three inches high and weighs 2.5kgs.
The PJD5123 is a SVGA 800×600 DLP projector with 2700 ANSI lumens and 3000:1 contrast ratio. With a new slim design and 3.2 inches high, the unit offers a variety of hardware and software features, includes multiple PC and video input options, 1.1x manual optical zoom, auto vertical keystone correction, supports HD video signal and has integrated speakers. Filter-less design and energy-saving Eco-mode provide for easy maintenance and longer product life.