Pioneerís new RVD-XG1 data projector incorporates proprietary digital reflective imaging (DRI) technology that eliminates the ìpixelization effectî with uniform dispersion of over 16.7 million colors. Its XGA resolution (1024 x 768) enables presenters to project detailed graphics and fonts onto screens from 38.5 to 200 inches in size. The RVD-XG1 delivers 400 ANSI lumens of brightness from a 250W metal halide lamp. Those people ìon the moveî will appreciate the unitís compact size (13î wide x 16.4î deep x 5î high) and light weight (under 19 lbs.). Plug-and-play capability simplifies setup. The projector comes with adapters for Macs and PCs, a remote control, lens cap and audio/video cable for connecting a LaserDisc player or other device. Pioneer New Media Technologies, Long Beach, CA, (800) LASERON, www.pioneerusa.com.
This article originally appeared in the 03/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.
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