Thursday, December 30, 2010

Stylish DLP Projectors from InFocus

InFocus IN5533If you know anything about projectors, then you know that their physical appearance is nothing to jump up and down about. Nearly every projector is square, large, one solid color and, overall, completely boring. The reason for this is because projector manufacturers typically spend so much time into making the images projected look good that the exterior of the device is an afterthought. Well, that doesn't have to be the case any longer thanks to InFocus.

If you have a projector that is not tucked away in a corner or mounted from the ceiling, then the physical appearance isn't all that important. However, if you have one that is out in the open, then why not make it look cool? The new IN5533 and IN5535 projectors from InFocus have, supposedly, completely customizable top panels that can basically match any style you are looking for. You can currently get these devices in wood grain, black, white or with a pre-primed skin so you can create your own design.

Aside from customization, both projectors have a 6,000 lumen brightness, a six segment color wheel and technologies like DLP Dark Chip and InFocus Brilliant Color. These technologies allow both the IN5533 and the IN5535 to excel in rooms of high, ambient light. The IN5533 comes with a 1280x800 resolution, whereas the IN5535 offers a higher 1920x1200 resolution.

If you are looking for an nice alternative to the bland and boring look of your average everyday projector, then check out the customizable IN5533 and the IN5535 from InFocus if you want to add a little life to your projector experience.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

New Products from ViewSonic at CES 2011

CES, or the Consumer Electronics Show, is one of the biggest electronic conventions in the world. Every year people bring their newest products to CES in order to show them off and start generating buzz. Well, ViewSonic has a whole lot of new products that they will be sharing at CES 2011 and are heading into the show with a ton of momentum.

Over the past month, ViewSonic was one of the first companies to bring to us a dual-boot 10" and 7" Android tablet when they debuted the ViewPad 7, ViewPad 10 and the gTablet. The ViewPad 7 is currently available for pre-order while the gTablet is currently shipping, and the ViewPad 10 is on track with ViewSonic's proposed Q1 release date.

ViewSonic plans on expanding its ViewPad product line to new levels at CES 2011. ViewSonic plans on unveiling screens that range from 4" to up to 65". This plan is in hopes of giving users access to thousands of open-source applications on a completely customizable interface.

At the 2011 CES ViewSonic will present their VX2739wm, a 27" full HD monitor with a very fast 1ms response time. The cool thing about this device is that it was recently awarded CES' Design and Innovation Award, and the 3D 3DPF8 multimedia frame is one of the top contenders for Last Gadget Standing.

ViewSonic also plans on expanding their business in 2011 to newer technologies. New devices that ViewSonic plans on showing off include all new ViewPad solutions running open-source Android OS as well as 3D cameras and video cameras. 3D digital photo frames with no need of glasses will also be revealed as well as connected LED HDTVs and 3D TVs and HD home theater projectors.

According to Jeff Volpe, Vice President and General Manager for ViewSonic Americas, "For nearly 25 years, ViewSonic has been at the forefront of visual display technology. From our beginnings in CRT computer displays, we've evolved into a global corporation that offers LED PC displays, HDTVs, projectors, small form factor and mobile computing devices and consumer electronics. With over 30 million products used around the world, you can literally find ViewSonic anywhere."

ViewSonic looks like they will have a lot of products to show off at CES 2011. If you love technology and you have a liking of ViewSonic, then you do not want to miss CES 2011.
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Thursday, December 2, 2010

Epson's New EB-1700 Series Projectors

Epson has just unleashed a new ultraportable business projector, perfect for the always traveling businessman. This new series of projectors is only 45mm high and weighs a light 1.7kg, allowing it to fit in the same bag with a notebook, making it great for presentations.

The projector, known as the EB-1775W, gives customers a fully automated setup which includes everything from horizontal and vertical keystone correction to a one touch "screen fit" button which resizes the projected image to fit the screen automatically.

The EB-1770W, EB-1760W and EB-1750 all come with automatic vertical keystone correction as well as source search, auto detection of RGB/Component connections, multi-screen color adjustment, password protection, auto iris on/off, internal speakers, normal and ECO power modes and even three pre-set color modes.

The EB-1775W, EB-1770W and EB-1760W, in order to match the screen aspect of many laptops, all project a WXGA widescreen format. This allows presentations designed on your laptop to run smoothly and be displayed in their full size with no edges missing.

Epson even allows you the option of eliminating unprofessional and complicated cabling across the desk or floor by connecting your projector to a 802.11 b/g/n wireless network. If that wasn't enough for you, Epson offers the option of using a USB Quick Wireless COnnection key which enables quick peer to peer connections to a laptop for added simplicity. This comes included on the EB-1775W and is optional on the EB-1770W and the EB-1760W.

Every single device in the EB-1700 series can display presentations with image, audio and mouse controls via a connection to a PC using a simple USB cable. In addition to that, you can also create and even display images directly from a USB memory device. This makes it possible for you to give a presentation without need of a connected computer.

Epson does give other input and display options. All the projectors in the EB-1700 series have HDMI (aside from the EB-1750), VGA, Video (RCA), USB Type B, USB Type A and Audio (stereo mini) ports.

All models come at varying prices with the EB-1775W at $1,999, the EB-1770W at $1,699, the EB-1760W at $1,399 and the EB-1750 at $1,199. is news of, for and by SMBs! The Small & Medium Business Magazine!