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TI DLP(TM) Products Announces SXGA+ Resolution;
DLP Customers to Benefit From Highest 1-Chip Resolution
ATLANTA, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Texas Instruments (NYSE:TXN) (TI) at InfoComm today announced a new DLP SXGA+ offering, providing customers a 1400 x 1050 resolution, the highest single-chip resolution available for the projector market today.
Offering high brightness and contrast ratios, DLP SXGA+ technology is optimized for the growing high-resolution requirements of business, medical and military markets, as well as fixed installations and large conference room settings. The inherent advantage of the single-chip DLP(TM) architecture assures no misalignment over time, ensuring consistent, sharp images.
"We saw a need to serve the growing needs of the AV industry, as well as to provide the PC community with the ability to project in native high resolution," said Lars Yoder, Business Manager, TI DLP(TM) Business Products. "The unique advantages of DLP technology, including high contrast and brightness, precision alignment, and high reliability, make it a natural fit for these markets and applications."
projectiondesign will be demonstrating its F1+ projector based on the new DLP SXGA+ technology at InfoComm (Booth #1361A). The F1+ offers 2500 lumens, and utilizes DLP DarkChip2(TM) technology, allowing an impressive 2500:1 contrast ratio. TI expects other customers to launch products with DLP SXGA+ technology soon.
DLP(TM) technology is a robust, all-digital display technology that maintains a consistent, high quality image over time -- it is not susceptible to heat, humidity, or vibration-environmental factors that can cause an image to degrade. To see a broad range of innovative DLP products, visit the DLP Booth #2343 at InfoComm.
About Texas Instruments DLP Products
DLP technology delivers clear, bright and sharp pictures to a broad range of projection applications including large-screen digital TVs, and projectors for business, home, pro venue and digital cinema (DLP Cinema(TM)). DLP Products supplies subsystems to virtually all the world's top projection and display manufacturers who then design, manufacture and market products based on DLP technology. Since early 1996, more than 3 million DLP subsystems have been shipped. For more information, please visit http://www.dlp.com
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