1. Christie reveals new 3LCD digital projectors

    Audio-visual solutions company Christie has announced it is launching a series of new 3LCD digital projectors.

    The company revealed the five new products at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show, which took place in Las Vegas recently.

    Christie's five new D Series models have been designed to act as the replacements for the Christie LHD700 and LX700, as well as the Christie LW551i, LWU501i and LX601i.

    Frank Anzures, senior product manager at Christie, stated that the aim of the D Series projectors is to allow professional integrators to "fulfil the

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  2. LG reveals new Minibeam Projectors

    LG has announced it is releasing two new Minibeam Projectors to add to its range of portable audio-visual devices.

    The Minibeam Pro (Model PF1500) is being pitched by the company as the perfect portable home theatre solution, while the manufacturer says that the smaller Minibeam TV (Model PW800) will be used as an on-the-go TV solution.

    In-kyu Lee, senior vice-president and head of the TV and Monitor Division at LG Electronics' Home Entertainment Company, said: "As the world's top manufacturer of LED projectors, we will continue to deliver innovative ideas for those

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  3. ViewSonic reveals LightStream PJD6350 Networkable Projector

    ViewSonic has revealed its latest new device, the LightStream PJD6350 Networkable Projector.

    The manufacturer announce that the projector comes equipped with SuperColor technology to provide crisp and clear images, as well as brilliant colours.

    ViewSonic has also hailed the superior balance of brightness and colour accuracy of the LightStream PJD6350 Networkable Projector, which has 3,200 lumens of brightness, as well as XGA (1024 x 768) resolution and 15000:1 dynamic contrast.

    With a lamp life of up to 10,000 hours, the LightStream PJD6350 Networkable Projector may be

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  4. BenQ reveals new projector

    BenQ has revealed its latest projector, the SU917 Colorific projector.

    The company, which is the world's second largest supplier of projectors globally, announced that the SU917 Colorific projector will help to streamline the setup process for large venues.

    BenQ revealed that the 5,000 lumen device has high brightness and a series of easy calibration tools to make it simple to use.

    The SU917 Colorific projector has a 1.5x zoom lens, as well as a vertical lens shift, corner fit correction and a remote control hot key to speed up the installation process.

    Bob Wudeck,

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  5. Lenovo unveils new pocket projector

    A new pocket projector has been announced by computer company Lenovo.

    The firm revealed the product at this week's Mobile World Congress event, which is taking place in Barcelona, Spain.

    It was confirmed by the company that the Lenovo Pocket Projector takes just a few seconds to set up, making it one of the most accessible products in the sector.

    Connectivity has been placed at the heart of the Lenovo Pocket Projector, which the firm noted is able to project content from a smartphone wirelessly via DLNA or Miracast.

    Battery life is another strength of the Lenovo

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  6. Optoma named top projector seller in Americas

    Optoma is the top selling projector manufacturer in both North and South America, the firm has said.

    New models such as the HD26, HD141X, GT1080, HD161X, HD1009, EH200ST and HD50 have helped Optoma to assert its dominance in key markets such as Brazil and the United States.

    The Q4 2014 PMA Research report showed that the firm has the number one spot in the DLP 1080p projector market.

    Jon Grodem, senior director of product management, explained that there is a strong demand in the market for DLP 1080p projectors and Optoma is meeting it.

    He said the company has produced

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  7. Acer celebrates iF Design Award 2015 of Germany win

    Projector manufacturer Acer is celebrating after one of its audio-visual products won the iF Design Award 2015 of Germany.

    Acer's C205 LED projector was picked out as the winner ahead of 5,000 entries from 53 countries.

    The pocket projector is extremely lightweight but still boasts an array of top features including wireless projection capabilities.

    Acer, which was the world's number three brand for projectors worldwide in 2014, explained that the C205 LED projector is "ideal for people who want to be able to project on the move".

    The judges of

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  8. Barco celebrates Polycom Technology Partner Innovation award

    Projector manufacturer Barco is celebrating after the firm was picked out as the winner of a Polycom Technology Partner Innovation award.

    The prize was given to the firm as part of the recent TEAM Polycom 2015 event, the company's annual partner conference, which took place in Orlando, Florida, earlier in the month.

    Barco's Technology Partner Innovation Award was partly given to the company for its ClickShare product, which enables high-quality screen sharing and remote collaboration.

    The system, which works regardless of where users are located, can be used by

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  9. ViewSonic introduces LightStream network projector series

    ViewSonic, a global provider of visual solution products, has announced the introduction of the LightStream PJD6 network series of projectors at the ISE trade show.

    Based on the company's SuperColor technology, the LightStream line has been designed by ViewSonic to deliver true-to-life colours in any lighting condition.

    Developed for use in any educational or business environment, the new LightStream PJD6 network projector series delivers a number of smart features including ViewSonic's HDMI-NHL PortAll, providing secured wireless streaming and SonicExpert for enhanced

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  10. ViewSonic reveals new networkable projectors

    ViewSonic has revealed a new range of networkable projectors, which the company claims deliver the ultimate in True to Life colours in any lighting condition.

    The LightStream PJD6 Networkable Series of Projectors are based on the firm's SuperColor technology, which means that the days of sacrificing colour accuracy for brightness levels are gone.

    Jeffrey Hsieh, senior product marketing manager at ViewSonic Americas, said: "The new LightStream PJD6 series is packed with smart technologies that deliver brighter true-to-life colour images for high ambient lighting environments

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