By Andrew Liszewski
SANYO today announced a couple of new projectors in their ‘T’ Series line designed for the education and business presentation markets. The PLC-ET30L features a 1400 x 1050 resolution with 10-bit gamma correction which is the perfect way to make PowerPoint’s default blue gradient background really pop. It also has 4200 lumens allowing it to project a bright image even in an environment where the lights can’t be turned off. SANYO also announced the PLC-XT21/L projector which is a value priced version of the ET30L with a reduced resolution of 1024×768.
Both projectors feature a whisper quiet fan that produces just 35 dBA of noise, and something called the One-Way Flow System which uses a single intake and exhaust vent with easily accessible dust filters. They also come with SANYO’s PJ Network Interface which allows you to monitor the projector and adjust any settings from a web browser. While it requires you to buy the optional POA-PN03C networking module for this functionality, it’s a great solution if the projector ends up mounted on a high ceiling. With a lens the PLC-ET30L will set you back $6,495 while the PLC-XT21/L is a bit cheaper at $4,495.
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