Panasonic launches New 4K Screen Resolution Projector At InfoComm 2015
Panasonic System Communications, has announced the launch of a new PT-RQ13KU 4K screen resolution projector. The new product from the company offers 4K+ image quality. The projector is best suited for a wide variety of applications such as auditorium, museum, control room and house of worship.
The new Panasonic projector works with great efficiency and users can shift the product both horizontally and vertically at a frame rate of 240 Hz. This delivers quality picture with high resolution. The projector is also flexible while installation; users can take the help of Multi-Screen Support System which allows screens to join with edge blending, colour matching and digital image enlarging.
The new 4K screen resolution projector comes with Quad Pixel Drive technology and the company claims that it is the most compact and lightweight 3-chip DLP laser projector in the world. With the help of laser light, the projector provides 10,000lm of brightness and a contrast ratio of 20,000:1. The product offers a next-generation Detail Clarity Processor that analyses pixel information.
PT-RQ13KU has a long 20,000-hour light-source life, which ensures reliability and 24/7 productivity. The new product is based on HDBaseT technology.
Art Rankin, VP, AV Technologies, Panasonic System Communications Company of North America said in an official release, “Modern communication is driven by impactful visuals and 4K technology delivers the most impressive image available. Companies for which visual communication is critical to brand identity such as retail are clamouring to offer solutions in 4K. Our new 4K+ projector will allow customers to create even higher impact images, whether it’s in retail environments or large exhibition venues.”