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ViewSonic announces ultra-portable LED projector line
Press release, September 30; Joy Wan, DIGITIMES [Friday 30 September 2011]

ViewSonic has unveiled a new LED projector line, including the availability of the PLED-W200 and PLED-W500.

Ideal for the business traveler or on-the-road presenter, this ultra portable and energy-efficient projector line features miniature form factors and a 20,000-hour long-life LED light source, LG said. Both the PLED-W200 and PLED-W500 come 3D-ready with 120Hz frame rates. The short throw projectors feature WXGA widescreen resolutions for large screen HD projection in compact spaces.

"Mobility and energy efficiency are two main trends in the projector market," said Roger Chien, projectors product manager, ViewSonic. "The PLED series transforms the projector from a cumbersome gadget to an incredibly lightweight, compact device that can be carried anywhere to meet all your projection needs. With a mercury-free LED light source and power consumption of less than 50 watts, these pico projectors are as eco-friendly as they are portable, making for powerhouse business solutions."

The PLED-W200 and PLED-W500 will be available in North and Latin America in mid-October with three-year limited warranties for respective ESPs of US$499 and US$699.

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