A new line-up of projectors from Sanyo feature video and audio connectors designed to cater for present-day usage trends.
Models such as the PDG-DWL2500 are available in the widescreen 16:10 aspect ratio, to cater for the commercial market looking to enjoy a cinematic experience.
Using three LCD panels to create the image, the projector is able to output high brightness, according to the manufacturer.
Three-LCD also eliminates the phenomenon of rainbows appearing in the peripheral vision of the viewer, as can happen with scanning DLP projectors.
However, it is not the only feature of the projector to cater for modern viewing tastes.
Alongside its power connector and audio connectors, the PDG-DWL2500 also features a 3D sync output.
Standard composite audio inputs and variable computer audio connectors also appear on the back plate, enabling full connectivity of the projector for its intended uses.
"We will continue to identify and create solutions that will most benefit today's evolving marketplace," says Cathy Tucker, vice-president of sales and marketing for Sanyo Canada's presentation technology group.