The LS series of ultra-short throw laser projectors introduced at InfoComm 2016 feature high brightness and enhanced color and sound technologies
ViewSonic Corp., a provider of visual solution products, introduced its new line of laser phosphor-based projectors for a bright and immersive experience for home entertainment, education, and business applications.
The LS810, LS820, and LS830, of LS Series of projectors feature 0.25 ultra-short throw lenses, up to 20,000 hours of operation, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 3D-ready capabilities, and PortAll® – a hidden MHL/HDMI port that lets you discreetly stream multimedia content from a mobile device to the projector via a wireless dongle.
Ideal for business and education environments where high ambient light can be an issue, the ViewSonic LS810 and LS830 ultra-short throw projectors feature high brightness levels at 4000 lumens. With the company’s proprietary SuperColor™ and SonicExpert® technologies, these projectors deliver advanced color and enhanced sound reproduction. The LS810 is a native WXGA-based projector, and the LS830 boasts native Full HD 1080p resolution. Both projectors are engineered with flexible connectors including dual 3D Blu-Ray ready HDMI inputs, HDMI/MHL, Component, S-Video, RGB, VGA, RS232 and RJ45. Featuring a smart and intuitive design, both laser projectors are network capable for easy installation across multiple rooms or locations.
With the LS820, ViewSonic delivers a Full HD 1080p, ultra-short throw projector for stunning home entertainment. The LS820 features an RGBRGB color wheel with Rec. 709 calibration for accurate color rendering. The LS820 features 3000 lumens of brightness; along with SuperColor™ color reproduction and SonicExpert® sound enhancement technologies that bring home entertainment to life. It also comes with a number of connectors including dual 3D Blu-Ray ready HDMI inputs, Component, S-Video, RGB, VGA, RS232, and RJ45.
“We utilized many of the LightStream®-based technologies, such as SuperColor and SonicExpert® to ensure that the true-to-life color reproduction and enhanced sound carry over to these new laser models,” said Aaron Campbell, product manager of projectors for ViewSonic Americas. “The LS Series carries a unique design that emphasizes style yet provides reliable and high-quality projection for up to 20,000 hours for education, corporate or home applications.”
Paired with ViewSonic’s specially engineered LBC100 black projector screen, enjoy unmatched front-of-screen experience, even in high-ambient lighting environments.
The LS810, LS820 and LS830 are slated to ship in August 2016. Street prices for the LS series are:
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