LCD Projector Offers Multiple Inputs

The Boxlight ProColor 3080 Multimedia LCD projector incorporates polysilicon technology to offer enhanced performance.

By using three polysilicon active-matrix LCDs and advanced long-life metal halide lamp technology, the unit offers a 30-40% brighter image (250 lumens), weighs 15% less and has a 25% smaller footprint than standard LCD projectors, says the firm.

The projector offers support for both IBM PC and Mac computers and NTSC, PAL and SECAM video formats. Composite and S-VHS inputs allow the addition of VCR, videodisc and camcorders.

The unit comes with an infrared remote with a built-in trackball that acts as a wireless mouse for direct computer access. In addition, the projector incorporates a Universal Power Supply to ensure worldwide compatibility. Boxlight Corp., Poulsbo, WA, (800) 762-5757.

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/1996 issue of THE Journal.

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