Vivitek intros 795WT Extreme Short-Throw projector

Vivitek introduces the D795WT Extreme Short-Throw, which is suitable for small environments with big picture needs. TheD795WT has WXGA Native WXGA (1280×800) resolution and can create a 93-inches image from about 1.3′ away.

This extreme short-throw projector is also 3D-ready, boasts 3000 lumens of brightness, a 2500:1 contrast ratio, DLP and BrilliantColor technologies for impressive color reproduction and up 6,000 hours of standard lamp-life. It also has built-in speaker and connectivity options includes HDMI v1.3, VGA-in (x2), Composite video, S-video. It will be available starting August and the price is “MSRP is TBD.”

Vivitek D795WT Short Throw projector

“Vivitek wanted to bring an extreme short-throw projector to enhance our product line to customers,” said Christopher Yang, senior product manager at Vivitek. “With the technology resources at Vivitek, we developed the D795WT projector to fill the needs of the education market. From lamp life and brightness to connectivity options and 3D-Ready capability, the D795WT is an ideal projector for the classroom.”

D795WT Rear



The Vivitek D795WT will be available in August 2010 through authorized Vivitek dealers and distributors. MSRP is TBD.

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