Panasonic has shed some more light on the projector market with the launch of the PT-LC75E - a 1024x768 XGA projector designed for easy set-up. The projector features Digital Cinema Reality circuitry, which provides high-quality moving images by converting each frame of a movie source to TV signals. It is equipped with a large-diameter, extra-short-throw lens for use in confined spaces, as well as an Index Window that allows any image to be frozen, stored in memory and displayed on the left side of the screen. The PT-LC75E includes two RGB inputs, HDTV compatibility, 3x digital zoom and colour temperature selection. It is supplied with a slim remote control and soft carry case and retails for $6,495.
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