Light up the night with the new Mitsubishi Electric HL2750U projector

2008-12-19

For fantastic, high resolution images with crystal-clear picture quality, the new HL2750U portable projector from Mitsubishi Electric is the ideal display solution. Featuring SXGA+ (1400 x 1050 pixel) native resolution, the HL2750U offers users the ability to project images in extremely high detail – perfect for presenting super high resolution data from high end PCs.

The HL2750U offers superb high contrast images at a flawless brightness of 3100 lumens, delivering crystal clear picture quality without any vertical stripe noise. Moreover, the new inorganic LCD panels have double the service life of organic orientation film, ensuring high-quality images that retain their sharpness and vibrancy over the long run.

With the option of using various lenses, this model offers flexibility and quality for any room size. Users are empowered to select the lens that best fits individual installation parameters, whilst Mitsubishi Electric’s optimum design for light source lamp temperature control, allows the maximum light source lamp use to soar to 5,000 hours for huge reductions in running and maintenance costs.

The HL2750U’s functionality is further demonstrated by simple side lamp replacements. The lamp is able to be removed from the side of the projector. As the projector doesn’t need to be taken from its mounting, this makes lamp removals quick and easy.

According to Stuart Baker, National Manager of the Visual Information Systems department, Mitsubishi Electric, “The HL2750U is perfect for organisations that want a high-quality, durable projector without worrying about compromising on brightness levels or image detail.”

The HL2750U also tackles security problems normally associated with displaying top-line technological products in highly visible locations; by employing a sturdy security chain anchor to help prevent unauthorised removal of the projector from the premises.

 

Availability and Pricing
The HL2750U is available from your nearest A/V specialist. For further details please visit http://www.mitsubishielectric.com.au/ or email mea_vis@meaust.meap.com.

Mitsubishi Electric HL2750U RRP A$6590.00

Specification Overview

Model                                             

 HL2750U

Display Technology                       

0.8”3-LCD (with Micro Lens)

Resolution                                      

1400X1050 (total 1,470,000 pixels), 600 video lines

Brightness                                       

3100 lumens

Contrast                                        

600 : 1 (on/off)

Projection lens                                

f=24-29mm, F1.7-1.9

Throw Ratio                                      

1.47 - 1.77

Picture Size

40”~300” (100”=3.0~3.6m)

Source Lamp**                                  

220W (Shut Off Time 5000Hrs) with low mode
261W (Shut Off Time 2000Hrs) with standard mode

Computer Compatibility               

640X480 ~ 1600X1200
True: 1400X1050, Sync on green available

Video Compatibility                       

NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL(including PAL-M, N)/SECAM/PAL-60,
Component Video: 480i/p(525i/p),576i/p(625i/p),720p
(750p 50/60Hz),1080i(1125i 50/60Hz), 1080p(1125p 50/60Hz),SCART(RGB+1V sync)

Digital keystone

Vertical: MAX +/- 35 deg, Horizontal: MAX +/- 25 deg

PC input terminals

PC: mini D-sub 15pinX2, DVI-D(with HDCP)X1,
Audio: stereo mini (3.5)X2

Video input terminals

Video: RCAx1, S-videox1, Audio: RCA (L,R)x2

Output terminals

Monitor Out: mini D-sub 15pinx1,
Audio: stereo mini (3.5)x1

Communication terminals

LAN(RJ-45)x1,RS-232C(D-Sub 9 pin)x1,
USB terminal for mouse control x1

Audio speaker

3W mono

Fan noise

29dB

Dimension(WXHXD)

333x125x272mm (excluding height adjustment)

Weight

4.9kg

Power supply

AC 100 - 240V, 50/60Hz

Optional lamp

VLT-XL650LP

About Mitsubishi Electric Australia

With more than 30 years of experience in providing reliable, high-quality products to both corporate clients and general consumers, Mitsubishi Electric Australia is a recognised leader in the marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy and transportation. The company has offices in the major states and recorded total revenue of $241.2 million in the year ended March 31, 2008.


For more information, please contact:
Claire Malyon
Text 100 Public Relation
E: claire.malyon@text100.com.au
T: 02 9956 5733