Sanyo unveils LP-WL2500 projector

SANYO is pleased to announce the release of a new ultra short-focus projector model, LP-WL2500. The new model was created for educators and business professionals, and offers long periods of maintenance-free use, thanks to its hybrid filter and long-life lamp. The LP-WL2500 will be released in July 2010.

SANYO was the first in the industry to come out with an ultra short-focus projector that can project a large image from a short distance, thereby expanding the situations where projectors can be used. Last year, SANYO also released the LP-WXL46 projector with an ultra short-focus lens.

Sanyo LP-WL2500

Now SANYO is launching the LP-WL2500 ultra short-focus projector, offering long periods of maintenance-free use, and featuring SANYO’s own hybrid filter and long-life lamp technology. The projector is more useful than ever thanks to a full-range of features, including a high-output 10-watt speaker.

Sanyo LP-WL2500

This product will be displayed at Integrated Systems Europe 2010 in Amsterdam, Netherlands from February 2 to 4, 2010.

Source: Sanyo

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