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Type SVGA Device Chipset DLP 3D Support Yes Display Mode Br VGA, PAL, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, SXGA+, UXGA Resolution 800 x 600 pixels Lamp 190 W Lamp Benq Projector
A Projector is designed to receive a video signal from some external device-usually a DVD player, a Blu-Ray player, or a computer-and project that signal onto a screen. It does this by displaying the image represented in the video signal onto a small screen inside the projector itself, which is then projected onto a screen using a bright light and a lens. The lens is a piece of glass shaped in a very specific way designed to take the small image and turn it into a dramatically larger one. Projectors allow users to alter a variety of image features, including brightness, sharpness and color settings, in the same way a standard television would.
Four different types of image resolutions (the size and quality of the projected image) are employed by projectors available on the market today. They range from a standard definition image, which is 800 by 600 pixels in size, to true high definition which is 1920 by 1080 pixels in size. The two middle-of-the-road resolutions are very similar; they are 1024 by 768 pixels in size and 1280 by 720 pixels in size. These are considered high-definition due to their marked improvement over standard-definition, but not “true” high-definition.
|Dimensions||36 × 30 × 15 cm|