Panasonic, a world leading technology brand and experts in projectors and professional displays, have recently announced the launch of their PT-VMZ50 Series of portable LCD laser projectors. They describe those new portable LCD laser projectors as the world’s smallest and lightest.
According to the company, the new projectors offer ‘consistent brightness, flexible installation and versatile features’ for education and corporate applications.
The new series supplements Panasonic’s already packed portfolio of projectors. The new PT-VMZ50 Series is slated as providing ‘long-lasting, reliable and whisper-quiet operation’. That operation is designed for use in classrooms, conference rooms and many other applications in education and corporate environments.
Available in March, the new series comprises the PT-VMZ50U, the PT-VMZ40U and the PT-VMW50U portable LCD laser projectors. The three models boast a brightness range of 4,500 to 6,000 lumens and a choice of WUXGA (1920×1200) or WXGA (1280×800) resolutions.
All the new projectors also feature Solid Shine laser technology, enabling 20,000 hours of brightness and colour accuracy, while eliminating conventional lamp replacement for almost maintenance-free operation.
Speaking in light of the announcement of the PT-VMZ50 Series, projector senior product manager for Panasonic Imaging and Visual Systems, Scott Wellington, waxed lyrical about the products’ benefits:
‘The new PT-VMZ50 Series sets a new standard in portable LCD laser projectors. Its small, compact and lightweight body make it easy to move from classroom to classroom, or between various meeting rooms, without sacrificing clear, crisp, vivid images.’