Sanyo LP-XL50 Projector Has World's Shortest Distance

Posted: Jun 13 2007, 1:25pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:19am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Sanyo LP-XL50 Projector has World's shortest Distance
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Sanyo introduces the LP-XL50 projector which is able to front project a 80 inch image from only 80mm distance.

The Sanyo LP-XL50 can be mounted on a wall to project the image downward (see photo below) or placed in front of a wall like any other projector.

The optical engine is hidden in the funny shaped case. The resolution of the innovative projector is 1,024x786px. So Sanyo aims this projector for computer use and not for home cinema use.

Sanyo will release the LP-XL50 projector December 21st. Strange for them to announce the product this early, but they will show the short distance projector this month at the infoComm 2007 starting June 19th in Anaheim, CA.

Sanyo LP-XL50 Projector has World's shortest Distance

Via this Sanyo press-release (Japanese).

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