Panasonic announce short throw PT- TW330 projector series

PT- TW330 projector series

The PT- TW330 projector series

Panasonic System Communications Company Europe has announced the launch of the new PT-TW330 Series of Short-throw projectors. Combining a compact, light-weight design with an extensive list of functions, the PT-TW330 Series is perfect for educational institutions or the modern business.

The new PT-TW330 series is comprised of five models, the PT-TW330; PT-TW240; PT- TW331R; PT-TX301R; and PT-TX300; of which the latter two come with interactive functionality ideal for presentations. The new interactive feature offers both a multi-touch and auto calibration function that enables users to write directly onto an image without requiring an interactive whiteboard, for efficient and engaging classroom lessons or presentations. With a brightness of up to 3,100 lumens and a high contrast ratio of up to 4,000:1, the PT-TW330 Series projectors deliver crisp images that offer excellent detail and depth, ideal for the educational setting and in conference rooms.

The PT-TW331R, PT-TW330 and PT-TW240 models are able to project an 80-inch image from a mere 90cm (2.5ft) away. This allows a large image projection without dazzling the presenter or casting shadows over the screen, whilst the 8W built-in speaker enables clear and convenient audio playback to meet teaching or meeting requirements and mitigates the need to connect external speakers. Additionally, the 29-dB design offers a quiet and unnoticeable noise level which allows classes and meetings to run smoothly and uninterrupted.

The range of eco-friendly models, constructed with an Intelligent Lamp Control System that reduces power consumption, are equipped with a number of interface options including HDMI and two sets of computer input terminals, in order to simplify connectivity and deliver crystal-clear HD audio and video from a range of devices.

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