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ViewSonic rolls out LightStream Full HD Series of Projectors


ViewSonic has launched its LightStream Full HD 1080p projector series for data projection or home entertainment. The series include PJD7825HD (black chassis), PJD7830HDL (white chassis), and PJD7835HD (black chassis), with a brightness ranging from 3,000 lumens to 3,500 lumens.

The series has been developed with the company’s SuperColor technology demonstrating a newly designed color wheel. The LightStream 1080p projectors deliver leading color accuracy in an intuitive, sleek, and user-friendly form-factor.

Smart design features include PortAll, an integrated compartment supporting a MHL/HDMI port, which allows users to wirelessly stream multimedia content via the optional wireless HDMI dongle such as ViewSonic’s WPG-300 dongle for wireless streaming from mobile devices, notebooks or PCs.

Engineered with two HDMI ports, LightStream 1080p projectors can display 3D images directly from 3D Blu-ray players. Other inputs include RGB, Composite Video, Mini USB, USB, and Audio In/Out.

On the eve of the launch Erik Willey, Product Marketing Director, ViewSonic Americas says, “ The LightStream 1080p projector series is packed with smart technologies that bring HD content to life for home entertainment or enable rich multimedia presentations in the boardroom, conference room, or classroom. The Full HD 1080p resolution, sleek design, high brightness levels and wireless streaming capabilities make this series the go-to projector solution for a wide range of applications.”

The LightStream™ Full HD 1080p series of projectors will be obtainable by 2H 2015.


Niloy Banerjee

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