The Sharp NEC P627UL laser projector will shortly be demonstrated at ISE 2023. The gadget, designed for meeting rooms or educational spaces, has up to 6,200 ANSI lumens brightness. You can use the projector to throw images up to 300-in (~762 cm) wide with support for a WUXGA resolution and 4K @ 30 Hz input processing.
The Sharp NEC P627UL laser projector will be showcased at ISE 2023. The event will take place from January 31 to February 3 in Barcelona, where the company will provide a first look at the new device. The gadget has a laser light source providing up to 6,200 ANSI lumens brightness; this allows you to use the projector in brighter environments. Plus, you can throw images up to 300-in (~762 cm) wide with a 1.23 – 2:1 throw ratio.
The P627UL is expected to last over 20,000 hours thanks to the LCD light source and filter being stored in a sealed area. The device supports a WUXGA 1920 x 1200 px resolution and 4K @ 30 Hz input processing. The company claims that it is one of the quietest devices of its kind, producing 22 dB operation noise when running in Eco mode. Plus, the gadget has a minimal power consumption, using 318 W power in Normal mode.
Sharp/NEC suggests that the gadget would be handy in meeting rooms or educational settings. You can connect to the device via Wi-Fi with screen-sharing tools and a range of physical ports like HDMI, HDBaseT and USB-A. The gadget weighs 9.7 kg and measures 480 x 122 x 407 mm (~18.9 x 4.8 x 16.0-in). It is unclear how much the Sharp NEC P627UL Laser Projector will cost.
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Polly Allcock, 2023-01-21 (Update: 2023-01-21)