The new Dell 4210X appears like a decade old projector housed in an unattractive rectangular-shaped outfit. On technical standpoint, there aren’t much to brag about : a high lumen business class beamer packs only 1024x728 resolution DLP panel with 3,500 nits, 2k:1 contrast ratio images output, and no mechanical lens-shift.
But considering it retails at $1,199, the 4210X is quite decent for its features. It does provide a HDMI output and a dual VGA connectivity which could be useful to switch in between presentations. Of course, it also could be easier and faster to set up a VMware-machine than having two separate sources for presentation.
The Dell 4210X DLP projector is up for ordering now at company’s online store.
The Norwegian high performance projector maker, projectiondesign, dishes out a trio of new F32 lineup projectors range from SVGA +, Full HD to WUXGA TI’ BrilliantColor DLP technology panels, and are designed with an in-house patented DuArch dual illumination architecture and the RealColor management suite.
Leica turned their Pradovit series slide projector digitally, announced company’s first entry in digital projector display back in Photokina with the Pradovit D-1200 – a 16:10 WXUGA digital projector wet dream for photographer; portable size with world’s lightest, and smallest presentation tool suitable for traveling; Leica-grade optics equipped display and high resolution realistic image reproduction from Pixelworks DNX 30-bit video processing MotionEngine, and a host of connectivity for the most-demanding digital media sources.