Projector Utilizes Three LCD Layers

The Boxlight Revolution Personal Projector uses three LCD layers (red, green and blue), for improved color quality, clarity and depth. At only 13" tall, the unit remains unobtrusive during presentations. Its vertical design enables a perfectly square image to be projected without the use of special optics or electronics for keystone adjustment. The Revolution projects an image up to 15' diagonal, with a 16.7 million color palette, 800 x 600 SVGA capability, a 250 watt metal halide lamp that lasts 40 times longer than a halogen bulb, and 280 ANSI lumens. It provides a built-in loop through for simultaneous monitor viewing. Finally, with addition of a TV-Tuner expansion card, the projector can also project cable, satellite or broadcast TV signals. Boxlight Corp., Poulsbo, WA, (800) 762-5757, www.boxlight.com.

This article originally appeared in the 05/01/1996 issue of THE Journal.

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