Panasonic PT-VW350 ultra-portable projector
Chalkboards are a thing of the past as teachers are increasingly using technology to change the way they deliver lectures.
Panasonic has announced the release of its new ultra-portable PT-VW350 projector – an excellent and economical performer for schools. The smallest, lightest, and easiest-to-carry projector in its class, it offers flexibility to fit in almost any classroom size. With a 1.6x zoom lens, it offers high brightness, powerful contrast and long lamp life. It also includes an HDMI input, monitor out, and two D-sub inputs as well as an inbuilt 10 W speaker.
- – Weighs just 3.3 kgs
- – 4,000 lumens brightness (WXGA 1280 x 800)
- – High 10,000:1 contrast ratio for sharp, detailed pictures
– Extended lamp replacement of 5,000 hours (7,000 hours in Eco mode) The PT-VW350 is available in May 2015 at an RRP of $2499 from authorised Panasonic Business Systems dealers. For more information visit www.panasonic.com.au or call 132 600.
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