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ViewSonic PLED-W200 and W500 Portable DLP Projectors

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ViewSonic just unveiled its new LED ultra portable projector line, which includes two 720p DLP models, the PLED-W200 and PLED-W500. The energy-efficient projectors feature miniature form factors and 20,000-hour long-life LED light source. Both the PLED-W200 and PLED-W500 come 3D-ready with 120Hz frame rates for immersive 3D visuals.

These short throw projectors feature WXGA widescreen resolutions for large screen HD projection in compact spaces. The projectors are paired with USB port and HDMI connectivity (only available on the PLED-W500), Microsoft Office viewer functionality and an SD card reader, for a versatile assortment of ways for users to display documents, PDFs, videos, photos and other multimedia files without a PC. For additional multimedia file storage, the PLED-W500 also offers 1GB of internal memory.

At less than one pound for the PLED-W200 and less than three pounds for the PLED-W500, these palm-sized projectors are ideal for slipping into a briefcase, laptop bag or purse for convenient presentation and transportation. Both projectors deliver brilliant color with high native WXGA resolutions ideal for 720p HD viewing, and 250 ANSI lumens on the PLED-W200 and 500 ANSI lumens on the PLED-W500.

Teamed with integrated speaker and an assortment of connectivity options, users can present and enjoy everything from image slideshows to presentations in a PC-less, cordless setup. The PLED-W500 kicks connectivity up a notch with HDMI 1.3 support for simple connectivity to a Blu-ray DVD player, tablet or other HD media device for a widescreen gaming or home theater experience.

Specifications:
PLED-W200 (pdf – datasheet)
PLED-W500 (pdf – datasheet)

Price and Availability
The ViewSonic PLED-W200 ($499) and PLED-W500 ($699) will be available in North and Latin America in mid-October 2011 with three-year limited warranties.

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