Dell's 2300MP projector serves up bright images in a lightweight package.
At 2.1kg, the 2300MP could appeal to sales or marketing executives on roadshows or marathon sales trips. The projector uses digital light processing technology, often seen in rear-projection televisions.
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The 2300MP projects images at XGA (1,024 by 768 pixels) resolution and is rated at 2,300 lumens.
While projectors are not a huge part of the IT market, the devices are very important to graphics designers showing off their latest work or people who make a living giving PowerPoint presentations. The devices can also be used to create home cinemas.
It is because larger PC customers often buy projectors with notebooks or other mobile computing devices that companies such as Dell and Hewlett-Packard include projectors in their product line-up.
Dell will sell the 2300MP in North and South America at first before rolling it out to the UK and the rest of the world.
Tom Krazit writes for IDG News Service