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Panasonic Releases 5,000-Lumen, 1-Chip DLP™ Phosphor Projector

Panasonic announced this week its new PT-RZ570U 1-Chip DLP™ Laser Phosphor projector, the latest addition to the SOLID SHINE series lineup.
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Panasonic announced this week its new PT-RZ570U 1-Chip DLP™ Laser Phosphor projector, the latest addition to the SOLID SHINE series lineup. The PT-RZ570U was developed specifically for the education market, with practical features for use in mid-size classrooms with about 50-student capacity and is positioned towards the middle of Panasonic’s range for education. The projector offers features such as: 

  • Marathon 20,000-hour maintenance-free operation
  • High 5,000 lm brightness
  • Detailed WUXGA resolution picture quality
  • Features for flexible installation and convenient operation 

The PT-RZ570U is designed to make text and graphics clearer and more comfortable for students than lamp-based projectors by boosting perceived brightness and improving color accuracy. The MSRP is $9,499.00.

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