ViewSonic launches super short-throw portable projector

PJD5351 projector can produce a 60in image from less than a metre

Equipped with an extreme-short-throw projection technology the new ViewSonic PJD5351 is capable of producing a 60" image from a distance of only 0.9 meter with a throw ratio of 0.9:1. It has a native resolution of XGA (1024x768), a brightness of 2500 ANSI lumens and a 2400:1 contrast ratio.

The new projector promises to enhance versatility, functionality and usability to support professional, hassle-free and dynamic presentations in both boardrooms and for multimedia lessons in the classroom.

The PJD5351 ViewSonic is a fully functional multimedia projector with multiple inputs, including RGB x 2, component, composite and S-video to connect to a variety of display sources. For added convenience, ViewSonic offers the Off to Go feature which allow users to simply unplug the projector at the conclusion of a presentation, without needing to wait for the bulb to "cool down". Together with ECO mode, the projector increases lamp life to up to 4,000 hours.

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