Sanyo high-resolution high-brightness projectors feature Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture Mode


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Sanyo announced the launch of two high-resolution high-brightness projector models, the LP-WTC500L and the PDG-DET100JL.The Sanyo PDG-DET100JL is compatible with high-resolution SXGA+ (1,400 x 1,050) and has the highest brightness in its class at 7,500 lumens. In addition, DICOM Simulation Mode precisely reproduces medical-related high-resolution data which makes it ideal for use at medical education institutions. The Sanyo LP-WTC500L is compatible with high-resolution Wide XGA (1,280 x 800 dots) and has a high-brightness of 5,000 lumens. Its ‘Lamp Selection System’ automatically selects one of the two installed lamps to project from, enabling the lamp replacement interval to be twice as long as conventional one-lamp models.
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Both Sanyo projectors feature Picture-in-Picture Mode and Picture-by-Picture Mode for projecting two images simultaneously, thus broadening the range of presentation options. These projectors will be displayed at the InfoComm 2009 in Orlando, Florida, from June 17 to June 19, 2009.