Slim MM Projector Suits Mobile Workers

Sharp Electronicís slimmest multimedia LCD projector to date, the NoteVision (XG-NV1U) boasts a footprint only slightly larger than a piece of ledger paper and is less than 5 inches tall. A weight of 15.4 lbs. and a built-in carrying handle facilitate transport. 

NoteVision supports both SVGA (800 x 600) and Macintosh (832 x 624) resolutions with 400 ANSI lumen brightness. Its 250-watt metal halide lamp works in unison with three polysilicon thin film transistor (TFT) active-matrix LCD panels. 

A wireless mouse controls the 1:1:4 manual zoom and focus as well as a built-in 3D SRS surround sound system. For permanent installations, the unit can be mounted on the ceiling. 

A special promotion, each NoteVision comes with a free copy of Gold Diskís Astound!, software for creating self-running product demos, information ìkiosks,î or computer-based training. Sharp Electronics, Mahwah, NJ, (201) 529-8731, products/pro. 

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

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