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projectiondesign evo2sx+

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2500:1 Contrast Ratio
2500 Lumens
Street Price: n/a

When seen from across the room, the projectiondesign evo2sx+ looks a lot like any other portable projector on the market. But once you power it on and begin to understand exactly what it is capable of, you realize that it is in several important respects unlike any other projector ever made. The evo2sx+ holds the unique distinction of being the smallest and lightest SXGA+ projector ever built as of this writing. But that is just where it starts. This unit is loaded with features that make it a pleasure to work with like physical lens shift, a quiet fan, and a beautifully designed remote control. Due to its compact portability it sells for more than the other SXGA+ DLP projectors on the market at the moment. But if you want high 1400x1050 resolution for the materials you present and you need to travel with your projector, you may find that the evo2sx+ is the perfect answer for you.

Specifications

Light Engine: 1400x1050 native resolution DLP DarkChip3 with a 4-segment color wheel rotating at 9000 RPM.

Contrast: 2500:1

ANSI Lumens: 2500

Compatibility: HDTV 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i, 480p, and computer resolutions up to 1600x1200. Full NTSC / PAL / SECAM.

Lens and Throw Distance: 1.27:1 manual zoom/focus lens with modest lens shift capability. Throws a 120" diagonal image from 14' to 18'.

Lamp Life: 2,250 hours in normal mode, 4,000 hours in eco-mode.

Connection Panel: One composite video, one S-Video, one VGA-in port, one set of RCA component inputs, one DVI-D (HDCP) input, one network port, one RS-232, one USB, one audio jack.

Warranty: Three years.

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