Sharp Releases State of the Art LCD Monitor for Business Presentations
Press release from the issuing company
MAHWAH, N.J., March 9, 2001 — Sharp Electronics Corp. today introduced the NotevisionC20 LCD projector, the latest in Sharp’s award-winning line of presentation equipment for business travelers. Folding the power and versatility of larger projectors into a compact, lightweight device, the NotevisionC20 features 1000 ANSI Lumens brightness, advanced imaging software and 1024 x 768 XGA resolution. The NotevisionC20 fits easily into airplane overhead compartments, making it an ideal presentation solution for sales executives, corporate trainers and other mobile business executives.
The NotevisionC20 weighs in at 5.5 lbs., or approximately the same weight of the average Notebook computer, and is unusually compact (10.2" W x 2.9" H x 8.1" D). The C20 will accept input signals ranging from VGA and SVGA to its native XGA resolution, letting users deliver powerful presentations without worrying about the signal source. In addition to its power and compact size, the NotevisionC20 comes equipped with Sharp’s PresenterPAK™ feature set for ease of use and for simple, non-manualautomatic image adjustment.
The NotevisionC20 LCD projector will be available in March 2001 through Sharp’s authorized dealer and distributor network at a list price of $5,195. The projector is backed by a three-year parts and labor limited warranty, including 2 years of Sharp’s "ER" Service, a 24-hour turnaround express repair program.
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