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Draper Motorized Projector Mounts 

Draper, is introducing two new motorized projector mounts. The Phantom works on a simple principle. The projector is mounted into a framework above the ceiling. When activated, a trapdoor lowers the projector into the room using a precision actuator with pre-set limits. The projector is easily aligned during installation to provide a direct light path onto a Draper screen....

Hitachi UltraVision HDPJ52 
By Jeff Sauer
Do you find that it's sometimes hard to get excited about yet another new projector? Maybe that's especially true of three-panel LCD; it is the most mature...

Mitsubishi Widescreen High-Definition HD4000U Projector  

Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America's Presentation Products Division’s HD4000U, its first high-definition projector designed for wide-format laptops and imaging applications requiring the 16:9 aspect ratio is poised for use with the newer wide XGA operating systems....

Hitachi America Introduces CP-SX1350 Projector 

DPI Introduces New dVision Projectors 

What's New: Video Technology 
By Laura Dixon and Jessaca Massey
TV One's dual-channel C2-7200 multi-format processor features a high-definition video scaler, a multiformat seamless switcher, a dual-window...

What's New:
Video Technology
By Laura Dixon
Toshiba's IK-52V (1/2in.) and IK-53V (1/3in.) CCD cameras feature VGA resolution; shutter speed selection from 1/60sec. to 1/100,000sec.; non-interlaced...

Toshiba Offers a new Functional and Affordable Projector  

Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD), a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, introduced the TDP-T9U projector, a high-performance, portable presentation solution for mobile professionals, educators, corporate customers, and small- to medium-size businesses, priced affordably at $1,099....

Hitachi America Brings Introduces the ED-X8250 Projector 

Bringing high resolution and affordability to the business market, Hitachi has announced the introduction of the new ED-X8250 projector....

Top Technology Products of 2005  
By Jack Kontney
What's the next big thing? New products are brought to market at an ever-increasing pace. We see them at trade shows; we see them advertised. And, as your caretakers of industry news...

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