April 28, 2006
Many of you are anticipating the coming reviews of the SXGA+ resolution projectors. We are working hard on them and doing a lot of comparative side-by-side evaluations with different sources and types of materials. Included in the review group so far are the Dell 5100MP, the Optoma EP910, and the projectiondesign evo2sx+.
Based on the initial schedule we were to have included the Canon SX60 as well. However, Canon has pushed back the introduction of the SX60 in the United States until he later part of May. So we are proceeding with the reviews of the other three, and will include the SX60 as soon as we can get one. The SXGA+ reviews should begin to appear on the site the week of May 8.
Of course with the SXGA+ resolution projectors, home theater is one of the applications everyone is curious about, while high resolution data projection is obviously their primary intended use. However, the projection of digital photography is going to be another excellent application for these units. With photographs formatted to 1400x1050 and transmitted to these projectors via 1400x1050 resolution, we are seeing some truly dramatic results. Folks, there is no doubt about it, this is the way to do a slide show! For all you photographers out there, these upcoming SXGA+ reviews will be something you won't want to miss.
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