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Flat, hang on wall projector!

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by paulfoley, Jul 29, 2005.

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    Apologies if this has been posted before - How cool is this !

    "LG takes wraps off world's first flat, wall-mountable DLP projector

    LG Electronics has shown off what it claims is the world’s first flat wall-mounted projector.

    The AN110 is designed to hang on the wall like a picture frame (it measures 443.4(w) x 254.2(h) x 92(d) mm including the outer rim), yet still manages to fit in a full projection array based around the new DLP™ .65 WXGA chip, complete with HD-friendly widescreen 1280x 768 resolution.

    Other key features include vertical lens shift of +/-125%, x1/32 ~ x32 digital zoom; separate left and right digital keystone correction; a x1.4 lens zoom letting you enjoy, say, a 100 inch display from a 3.8m-5.3m throw distance; an automatic slide ventilator and auto slide lens shutter; LG’s noise-reducing Integrated Cooling and Noise Design; 1100 ANSI lm of brightness; a quoted contrast ratio of 3000:1; 4,000 hours lamp life; noise levels of 25db and under; and compatibility with 720p and VGA, SVGA, XGA & SXGA images when connected to DVD player, Digital STB and other digital AV devices.

    This intriguing sounding projector will arrive in the UK in September, and be available in either half-mirror black or pearl white."

    http://www.homecinemachoice.com/cgi...ews.php?id=8197
     

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