Panasonic projects a win

PT-Z21KE projector ideal for large-venue applications, says company

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Panasonic projects a win Check out the latest projectors on Panasonic’s stand.
By  ITP.net Staff Writer Published  October 16, 2012

Panasonic is displaying its entire range of projectors at GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK, including the popular PT-Z21KE.

The PT-DZ21KE contains 20,000 lumen 3-chip DLP, which is ideal for applications requiring extremely high brightness. In addition, the projector contains long lamp replacement cycles of up to 2,000 hours, 3D compatibility and installation flexibility, making the projector ideal for large-venue applications. This includes environments such as auditoriums and museums and rental and staging applications that require easy handling.

The combination of four new 465W UHM lamps and dynamic iris allows the projector to deliver a 10,000:1 contrast ratio for high brightness and picture quality. The device has been designed with an extremely small footprint as well as an improved liquid cooling system that makes it possible to keep the noise level to a minimum during operation. In addition, the lens memory adjusts the image size and location in up to three different projection positions, while the projectors are able to project onto various curved-screens with the Geometric Adjustment feature, which can be enhanced with the optional upgrade kit, ET-UK20, to support even more diverse curvatures and shapes with bitmap masking.

“The Middle East projector market is driven by growing business demand. It is no more a product catering to a niche segment and the market is bullish on the projector demand forecasts. These next generation visual solutions are ideal for Middle East homes, offices and large venues. Our projectors not only incorporate the latest technologies but are competitively priced as well,” says Suzuki Yuichiro, senior manager, system solutions, Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa.

“Visitors to the Panasonic stand will be able to review and sample our expanded projector portfolio,” adds Yuichiro.

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