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Toshiba Announces TDP-SC35U DLP Projector

Toshiba has announced the TDP-SC35U DLP (digital light processing) projector, the company's latest conference room projector with detachable document camera. The TDP-SC35U projector's detachable document camera allows users to display transparencies, photos, 2-D and 3-D objects or live demonstrations onto a projector screen, television or monitor during a presentation or trade show.

Users simply extend the TDP-SC35U projector's document camera arm and position it almost anywhere to incorporate photo samples, printed documents, blueprints, microscopic images, three-dimensional objects or close-up views of product demonstrations of a new product or courtroom evidence. In educational settings, the detachable document camera can be used to enhance the learning experience by allowing students to demonstrate how a problem was solved, to incorporate a science experiment or to highlight how a piece of mechanical equipment was repaired.

The TDP-SC35U projector features 2,000 ANSI lumens, DLP technology for detailed and sharp images, 2000:1 contrast ratio (full on/full off) and native SVGA 800 x 600 resolution. With 2,000 ANSI lumens in a compact form factor, this feature-rich projector performs well in rooms of virtually any size.

Designed to appeal to a wide-range of audiences and meet the multimedia demands of today, the feature-rich TDP-SC35U mobile projector includes a host of multimedia capabilities and connectivity options such as two computer inputs (dual component), composite and S-video inputs, audio in/out capabilities, and a monitor output connector that allows users to view presentations from an external display in addition to what is projected on the screen.

Weighing just 8.6 pounds, the TDP-SC35U projector includes digital keystone correction and a fully loaded remote control to ensure worry-free, professional presentations. Its sleek new design complements the impressive capabilities of Toshiba's TDP-SC35U mobile projector. The TDP-SC35U is a compact and durable multimedia projector that will impress any audience and enhance presentations in any boardroom, conference room or classroom.



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