Sanyo have announced an LCD projector with integrated WiFi draft-n, the first such model on the market. Able to stream video content as well as readily connect via Vista's Network Projector wizard, the Sanyo LP-WXU700 has a maximum WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution.
Brightness is 3,800 lumens from the 275-watt lamp and there's a 1.8x optical zoom for straightforward setup. Aside from WiFi, connectivity includes HDMI, analog RGB, RCA, S-Video and two D-Sub inputs. There's also audio connectivity for the integrated 1W mono speaker, an ethernet port (10/100) and serial port for system integration.
Sanyo even throw in a USB port for hooking up memory sticks with presentations and slides pre-loaded, meaning you can use the LP-WXU700 without having a PC turned on. It'll ship in Japan on June 19th, priced at 627,900 yen ($6,430).