Toshiba Announces X150U Portable Projector

Posted: Oct 8 2008, 11:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:55am CDT, in Home Entertainment


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Toshiba has unveiled its latest projector called the TLP-X150U. The TLP-X150U uses 3LCD technology and offers closed captioning along with the ability for presentations without a PC. A built-in USB port on the TLP-X150U allows for direct connection of flash drives with presentations loaded on them.

Weight for the TLP-X150U is four pounds and it is less than 3-inches tall. Brightness is 2600 ANSI lumens, contrast ratio is 600:1, and the native resolution for the TLP-X150U is 1024 x 768. Other features include a blackboard function, quick-power shutdown, and automatic vertical keystone correction. The projector retails for $959.

“With the addition of the TLP-X150U to Toshiba’s lineup of mobile projectors, professional presenters can benefit from the slim form factor solution in education settings, in the business place and for digital home entertainment,” said Jane Poon, product marketing manager, Digital Products Division, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. “The TLP-X150U utilizes Toshiba’s Natural Color Enhancer5 technology and the integration of closed captioning technology to provide an audience with superior images and the ability to read the screen to reinforce visual learning.”

Via Toshiba

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