Casio is taking aim at the growing gaming market with its new GREEN SLIM projectors.
Showcased at this year’s E3, the projectors feature a mercury-free, laser and LED hybrid light source capable of high-brightness projection of displays 100 inches and larger for a truly immersive gaming experience. All offerings in the GREEN SLIM line are lightweight and extremely portable, which, Casio says, makes them the perfect option for taking some big screen interactive entertainment on the road.
The GREEN SLIM line includes four WXGA (1,280 x 800) resolution models and four XGA (1,024 x 768) resolution models. There’s a choice of either 2,500 or 2,000 lumens brightness and they come with or without a USB port and WLAN. The line’s projection brightness is achieved without using a high-pressure mercury lamp, instead using blue light emitted by a blue laser, green light converted from blue laser light with a fluorescent element and light emitted by a high-lumen red LED through a DLP chip onto the screen.
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