Plus Projectors are small and light
Now there’s proof that two bright ideas are brighter then one. Never before has so much brightness and clarity come packaged in a projection system so small and portable. Thanks to the unprecedented combination of Texas Instruments DLP Projection technology with PLUS® Corporation’s breakthrough Optical Engine, these PLUS Projectors allow you to experience the incredible Lightness of Brightness as never before.
Small and light ! The PLUS “V” Series are small in size, but not in features. HDTV ready, up to 1300 lumens, 4-way keystone correction, and picture-in-picture to name a few! Available with the latest Dual-Color mode allowing you to switch between high brightness for business presentations and optimized brightness for home use.
- Ideal for the travel set
- Dual Color Mode (DCM)
- “Unplug & Go”
- “Quick Start”
- Unique Iris Lens Cover
- Auto Gyroscopic Keystone Correction
4lbs: The U5 series of projectors is the new complete business standard line from PLUS. 4 models to choose from. Excellent performance value with high brightness! Further protect your investment: The U5 series projectors can be set to require the input of a password at startup.
- Advanced Color Wheel
- Models with a Short Focus Zoom Lenses
- Models with Bright Mode
- Models with a Second Monitor Out
The U7 series of projectors is the new light weight high lumen line from PLUS. Works anywhere from small seminar rooms to large conference rooms. Up to 3500 lumens, PC-free/Wireless presentation capability, and numerous other technologically advanced features! Standard with crisp XGA resolution and manual zoom len.
- Superior Brightness in a compact & light 6 pound projector
- Lamp easily accessed when ceiling mounted or sitting table-top
- Advanced Color Wheel
- Models enabled for Wireless Presentations (U7-137/137SF)
- Models enabled for PC-Free Presentations (U7-137/137SF)
- Short-Focus Zoom Lens Models (SF models)
Sometimes referred to as LCD projectors, these new digital projectors make use of the new DLP technology from Texas Instruments. Since these projectors do not use an LCD system, they are not called LCD projectors.These are digital/video projectors. The DLP technology provides brighter, higher contrast displays when compared to the LCD projection technology.