By July 28, 2011

ViewSonic launches its new generation of low profile PJD5 series projectors

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I know nothing at all about projectors but luckily ViewSonic know loads and this new range look pretty awesome.

Building upon a successful family of projectors ViewSonic have reinvigorated its PJD5 series with a new generation of products that continue to deliver high quality projection displays.
Weighing only 2.6kg the new generation of PJD5 series projectors are equally at home in the classroom, on the road, or in the boardroom, but now incorporate new additional features. 
The entire family benefits from a sleeker optimised design, which reduces the profile by 20%, making the unit more discreet and adopts the highly successful top cover lamp access design, yet still delivers an enhanced brightness of 2700 lumens.
The range consists of five models aimed at providing users a choice depending upon their requirements; two with SVGA, two with XGA resolution and a WXGA model.
The PJD5133, PJD5233 and PJD5523w come with HDMI connectors, equipping them with all the features needed for a home entertainment or multimedia system.  Every projector in the range is 3D-ready, capable of accepting 120Hz input from sources such as Sky 3D, 3D Bluray or Sony Playstation 3 and when used with ViewSonic’s VP3D1 and PGD-250 3D glasses deliver an amazing 3D experience.

Trevor Holt, European Product Manager for Projectors says “This is the 2nd generation of 5 series projectors which we have improved based on customer feedback.  We have made subtle but important changes, such as introducing a built in presentation timer, mouse control function via the projector remote control and enhanced security with Kensington slot and security bar.   All these new features continue to differentiate ViewSonic projectors from our competitors.”


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