Toshiba’s Computer Systems Group (CSG) today announced the TLP-791, the newest and most powerful member of its portable business projector family.
Toshiba’s TLP-791 delivers the performance of an ultra-bright projector combined with the advanced imaging capabilities of a high-resolution document camera. Designed to help professionals maximize cost efficiency and increase mobility, the TLP-791 combines two presentation devices into a single compact unit saving users from having to buy, and travel with, a separate projector and document camera to fill their presentation needs.
Weighing just 11 pounds, Toshiba’s TLP-791 features 3,000 ANSI lumens, 400-to-1 contrast ratio, XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, DVI connectivity and two-way digital keystone correction. The integrated document camera boasts 1.45 MB pixels of resolution (1392 X 1040 dots), making it ideal for demonstrating 3-D objects, photographs and small objects, or displaying documents without having to scan them into the computer.
Whether it is for the conference room, classroom, courtroom or training facility, the TLP-791 is the ultimate presentation tool for users who demand quality and versatility.
“Toshiba designed the TLP-791 for professionals that require more presentation options than standalone projector models can provide. Being the only manufacturer to offer an integrated document camera, puts Toshiba in a unique position to fulfill that need,” said Oscar Koenders, vice president of product marketing and worldwide product planning, Toshiba CSG.
“Its feature set, combined with two presentation devices wrapped into a single portable package, makes the Toshiba TLP-791 an attractive option for markets where performance is critical, but price is a key purchasing factor.”
Toshiba’s projectors are easy-to-use with “plug and project” functionality to ensure worry-free, professional presentations with Toshiba reliability and compatibility. Other special features built into the striking metallic casing include picture-in-picture and annotation capabilities to enhance any presentation.
The TLP-791 includes integrated data, video and audio capabilities for enhancing multimedia effects. With a minimal noise level of 38dBA, the TLP-791 will not interfere with the presentation.
The TLP-791 also features passive loop through capabilities that enables an external monitor to function in addition to the projection on the screen.
Pricing and Availability
Toshiba’s TLP-791 projector is available immediately for $4,699 ESP and is available at www.shoptoshiba.com or through Toshiba’s enterprise sales team and authorized Toshiba distributors, dealers, retailers or mail-order outlets. Toshiba projectors come standard with a two-year limited warranty, remote control with laser pointer and soft carry case.
About Toshiba Computer Systems Group
Toshiba Computer Systems Group is a division of Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. (“TAIS”), a leading vendor for portable computers. In addition to notebooks, the company offers portable and wireless accessories, Pocket PCs, projectors and mobile server computing solutions for business customers under the Toshiba brand name. For more information call 800/TOSHIBA or visit the company’s Web site at www.csd.toshiba.com.
With headquarters in Irvine, TAIS is comprised of multiple divisions that provide computer, communications and imaging products and services. Products include industry leading portable computers, PDAs, mobile computing accessories, servers, including communications and portable servers, storage subsystems, cable modems, digital business telephone systems, voice-mail, digital cameras, security systems and projectors.
TAIS provides sales, marketing, services and manufacturing for its wide range of information products in the United States and Latin America.
TAIS is an independent operating company owned by Toshiba America Inc., a subsidiary of Toshiba Corp., which is a world leader in high technology and integrated manufacturing of electrical and electronic components, products and systems. Toshiba has global sales of more than $40 billion and more than 300 subsidiaries and affiliates worldwide.