Sanyo announce brightest projector

Sanyo-LP-XU106SANYO Electric Co., Ltd. is pleased to announce the LP-XU106, a projector that has the industry’s highest brightness, 4,500 lumens, in the ultra portable class, as well as highly advanced functions, such as the ‘Corner Keystone Correction Function’, and the ‘Easy Setup Function’. The new LP-XU106 will be on sale from November 20, 2009.

While only weighing 3.4 kg, the LP-XU106 offers a high contrast ratio of 1,000:1. Additionally, since the projector is able to properly project images at an angle thanks to the ‘Corner Keystone Correction Function’, it takes the lead in situations where the projector cannot be placed directly in front of the screen. Furthermore, with SANYO’s ‘Easy Setup Function’, novice users of projectors can quickly and effortlessly prepare for, operate and clearly and professionally project images.

Sanyo LP-XU106

Product Number

LP-XU106

Color

(W) White

MSRP(including tax)

575,400 yen

Sales Date

November 20, 2009

Monthly Production

2,500 units


Source:
Sanyo

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