Panasonic (News - Alert), a global provider of LCD displays and television sets, just announced the launch of the PT-LZ370U, an LCD projector that displays highly clear images with 3,000 lumens. So, what's so interesting about some projector?
Well, aside from the fact that it projects at a full 1080p resolution, allowing people more flexibility with home theater and imaging needs, it also has some features which would put competitors to shame. With its 10,000:1 contrast ratio, the PT-LZ370U delivers some of the most dynamic experiences, but also receives help from a system known as Dynamic Iris Pro, which automatically adjusts lamp power from the projector and its gamma curve to deliver clearer images, darker blacks, and clearer whites that are easier on the eyes. But Panasonic didn't stop here. The PT-LZ370U's flawless HD clarity comes from two new technologies known as "Detail Clarity (News - Alert) Processor 3" and "Daylight View Premium." Both technologies adjust brightness and other parameters based on ambient light within a room. Still, Panasonic recognizes that its panel should contribute to more than home theaters. Its projector also allows hospitals to benefit from DICOM simulation, allowing them to view X-ray images more easily and in more detail.
Product Marketing Manager at Panasonic Scott Wellington said, "With an increasing amount of content being produced in HD, our business customers need a projector that can bring it to life in its true form. The PT-LZ370U projector's 1920x1080 resolution, combined with high brightness and an excellent contrast ratio, make it an ideal device for a number of our customers in a variety of industries. For example, filmmakers can show their work to a film class, providing students with greater insight into their original vision and showing them the fine details they were not able to display before.”
Panasonic's projector finally allows people to properly present quite a show in a way never before possible in the projector market.
Miguel Leiva-Gomez is a professional writer with experience in computer sciences, technology, and gadgets. He has written for multiple technology and travel outlets and owns his own tech blog called The Tech Guy, where he writes educational, informative, and sometimes comedic articles for an audience that is less versed in technology.
Edited by Rich Steeves