ATLANTA, GA, (February 21, 2007)–Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announced that commencing in March, the company will conduct a major product road show encompassing nine cities across the US.
Opening with a special off-site showcase of its Precision Displays at NSCA in Orlando, DPI will then continue on to eight additional cities–all major business and entertainment centers, for a series of in-depth product demonstrations, product training and application meetings with dealers, stagers, consultants, end-users and media affiliates. The projectors included on DPI´s Precision Displays Tour include the newest mid and large-venue products including the rugged TITAN and LIGHTNING Professional Series, as well as exclusive home cinema and business display solutions from the company´s iVision, dVision and TITAN Pro platforms. DPI exclusively manufactures and distributes three-chip and single-chip DLP® projection systems that are widely recognized for their superb imaging and entertainment capabilities. During the Road Show, DPI will showcase these best-of-class solutions, with native resolutions including SX+, 720p, 2K and 1080p, and custom brightness from 2,000 to 22,000 lumens.
The schedule for the Digital Projection 2007 Road Show includes demonstrations in the following cities:
March 15-16 – Orlando, FL
March 28-29 – San Francisco, CA
April 3-4–Los Angeles, CA
April 11-12–Dallas Texas
April 18-19 – Houston, TX
April 25-26 – Chicago, IL
May 2-3 – New York, NY
May 9-10 – Washington DC
May 16-17 – Atlanta, GA
Attendance is open for each event although pre-registration is strongly recommended as venue specifics and hours of operation may vary from city to city. For more information, please contact Digital Projection´s Marketing Department at: 770.420.1350, or register online at: www.digitalprojection.com/forms/roadshowform/
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