With all the new notebook launches from Toshiba today, I guess they decided to mix it up a bit by throwing in a new conference room projector as well. The TDP-EW25U is a DLP BrilliantColor widescreen projector claimed to be the industries first wireless network projector compatible with Microsoft Vista Ultimate’s Meeting Space function for remote file sharing and presentation.
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The projector has what Toshiba calls “extreme short projection” technology that allows it to throw an image of 60-inches diagonally from only 2.4-feet away from the wall or screen. The projector features 2600 ANSI lumens and a 1280 x 800 native resolution. Contrast ratio for the projector is 2000:1 and mobile pros will like the USB port that allows direct connection of a thumb drive for giving presentations without a PC.
Connectivity options for the projector include WiFi 802.11b/g, two RGB 15-pin PC inputs, two composite and two S-video inputs, two component inputs, and a built-in one-watt speaker. The projector can produce an image of up to 120-inches from 5 feet away and can project 720p and 1080i HD images.
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