Television manufacturers like Sharp, Sony and Vizio have been increasing their hardware line up at a high rate. Not only are they making their offerings thinner than ever thanks to breakthroughs in LED technology but they are also incorporating things like 3D display technology for a more immersive experience. However, on the other side of the boat, projector manufacturers are doing pretty much the same.
Sanyo, in particular, has been known to let loose some pretty high tech projectors. Today the company has formally introduced their LP-XU4000 projector. While this offering does not feature 3D display technology, it does feature a 1024 x 768 XGA resolution, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio and 4,000 ANSI lumens. Additionally, Sanyo has also bundled in their Intelligent Light Dimming System that will allow the projector to automatically dim the light output based on the projected picture’s brightness.
While Sanyo won’t be releasing the LP-X4000 projector until February of next year, they have lestus know that it will be available for around $3,847 but if the past is anything to go by, the chances of that changing are quite high. We’ll let you know.