From Toshiba, the TLP-X11 is an XGA-resolution LCD multimedia projector with 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. It incorporates advanced LCD technologies for high image quality, and several convenience features such as a built-in PC memory card slot that lets users display PC-created presentations without the computer. The projector was designed for use with all computers, VCRs, camcorders and DVD-video players, and includes a full range of inputs and compatibility with all video formats. The projector can display images ranging from 30" to 25', and offers a choice of either 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios, with built-in digital progressive scan circuitry. It also features three 1.3" polysilicon TFT LCD panels, premium-quality zoom lenses, and advanced digital video circuitry for high resolution, sharpness and color purity. A built-in "Visualizer" is a high resolution digital camera capable of projecting written materials and three-dimensional objects directly from the projector's surface. A four-power digital zoom lens lets users highlight particular areas of a displayed image or object. The camera swivels a full 360 degrees in order to capture anything in the room on video. Other features include a remote control, rear-projection capability, and a built-in speaker. Toshiba, Inc., Wayne, NJ, (800) 346-6672, www.toshiba.com/presentations.
This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2001 issue of THE Journal.