Toshiba TDP-XP2U LightWeight Projector

June 27, in Projector

Toshiba has just added another feather to its already loaded cap with the introduction of TDP-XP2U LightWeight Projector, a new addition to its own range of lightweight mobile projectors. Boasting of lower total cost of ownership, less maintenance and mobility extended lamp life of 4000 hours, this projector is sure to flourish in the competitive market of electronic appliances. Weighing just 4.8 pounds, the TDP-XP2U is equipped with DLP technology. Thus it presents itself as the best and most suitable equipment for digital home entertainment, class room and business presentations as well as video gaming.

“Toshiba continues to be an innovator in the projector industry, providing affordable mobile projection solutions that meet the needs of a wide variety of users.With the addition of the TDP-XP2U projectors, users on a tight budget can purchase these solutions for on the go presentations or for easy integration with AV network control systems in government, corporate and education markets due to each projector’s RS232 control terminal.”, said Jeff Barney, vice president and general manager, Digital Products Division, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

The Toshiba TDP-XP2U Projector features unique and versatile specifications. It is well-equipped to provide the best display with native XGA 1024 x 768 resolution, contrast ratio of 2000:1 and vibrant color composition powered by DLP(R) BrilliantColor(TM) technology. It also has manual digital keystone correction and features a number of multimedia connectivity options like one computer input as well as other audio and video input and output capabilities. The TDP-XP2U is also compatible to HDTV/DTV and the 2.0 watt speakers are also there in it which enhances sound quality

The TDP-XP2U Projector is priced at around $899 and it also comes with a standard limited warranty of 3 years from Toshiba.

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