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Vivitek’s D735VX projector

Vivitek’s new D735VX projector uses the latest DLP technology and projects at 3,200 ANSI lumens with BrilliantColor technology and a fivesegment color wheel. The new unit also has a snap-off keypad that can be removed and stored in a safe location to discourage theft or unauthorized removal of the projector. With a full 3W onboard speaker and zoom lens, the D735VX is perfect for the classroom or auditorium.
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