by August 1, 2009 0 comments



Short-throw projectors usually have big, bulbous lenses, but this one takes
the cake. A short-throw lens is ideal if space is at a premium or placement
options are limited, and you still would like a large screen. The NEC NP500WS
can project a 90-inch screen from a distance of only 70-inches. And at 2100 ANSI
lumens, it’s good enough for even a bright room. The lens does make it fairly
large, but at 3.3kg, it’s not too heavy. The lens is plastic, not glass, so you
will need to be more careful especially while cleaning it. As of inputs, it has
DVI, VGA (D-sub) and standard composite (RCA). The pixel structure on the
projected image is visible from less than 5 feet away, but you won’t be seated
that close anyway. Although the native resolution is 1280 x 800 (a widesc reen
resolution), it also accepts full HD signals via DVI (or using a DVI to HDMI
converter) and scales them down to fit WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution; ideal for
movie viewing.
Coming to the performance, it is sure to dazzle you with it’s bright and sharp
images. 3LCD technology has progressed a great deal, and so moving images are
also free from any ghosting or lag. A standard HDMI input and a DVI to HDMI
adapter in the box would have been a better option. If you’re just looking for a
projector with short throw lens, you can also consider Benq MP512ST, an 800 x
600 pixel resolutinon that’s available for an affordable price of Rs 40k.

Price: Rs 32,499 (1 year warranty)
Cartridge: Rs.5,175 (Yield 2300 pages)
Key Specs: Auto-Duplexer, 1200×1200 dpi printing, Ethernet and USB
connectivity
Contact: Hewlett Packard India, Gurgaon.
Tel: 30304499
Email:
hplaserjet.india@hp.com

SMS Buy 130883 to 56677

Bottomine: If you are looking for better performance and higher
resolution, you can go for this one.

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