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Mitsubishi Debuts High-quality SD105U Projector

Jan 3, 2007 11:17 AM

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Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Presentation Products Division, marketer of award-winning presentation and display products, introduced its SD105U, a projector the company claims has all the essentials to lead the market in high quality, high performance, and high value for a suggested value price of $599.

Mitsubishi’s new SD105U SVGA resolution (800x600 pixels) projector uses Texas Instruments Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology for outstanding image quality, and is the newest low-cost, high-value projector from the company known for its color reproduction excellence. Blasting 1600 ANSI lumens with an 1800:1 contrast ratio, the SD105U offers bright images and clear details, and is ideal for classrooms and corporate meeting rooms.

“Mitsubishi is offering the best features for the lowest price in this newest member of our projector family,” says Frank Anzures, product manager for Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America’s Presentation Product Division. “The SD105U DLP model enters the market as an unbeatable value."

The Mitsubishi SD105U boasts a low total cost of ownership through its filter-free design and longer-life lamp. This advanced filter-free construction makes Mitsubishi’s projectors resistant to dust, dirt, and other micro-particles within the light path. And by eliminating the need for a filter, the occurrence of problems typically associated with clogged filters, such as overheated lamps and premature failure, are reduced. Users and service departments tasked with the tedious responsibility of inspecting, cleaning, and replacing projector filters every three months will also appreciate easier maintenance schedules. Its lamp is rated to last up to 4,000 hours in low mode for fewer replacements over time.

Other features of SD105U include flexible connectivity ports for video and computer sources to make setup in different environments simple and easy. The projector also offers RS232 communication for third-party control systems, as well as full integration with interactive white board systems. More importantly, security features such as built-in menu locks controlled by passwords and an anti-theft anchor to easily secure the projector with standard security cables makes the Mitsubishi SD105U a favorite.

Mitsubishi’s new SD105U is currently available at a suggested value price of $599 from its professional dealer network and through selected online retailers and comes with Mitsubishi’s two-year Express Replacement Assistance (ERA) program, a two-year limited warranty on parts and labor, and a 90-day limited warranty on the lamp.

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