InfoComm - ViewSonic Debuts New Series of Laser Phosphor-Based Digital Projectors at InfoComm 2016

The LS Series of Ultra-Short Throw Laser Projectors Feature High Brightness and Enhanced Color and Sound Technologies

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--INFOCOMM 2016, Booth C10312 - ViewSonic Corp., a leading global provider of visual solution products, introduces its new line of laser phosphor-based projectors for a bright and immersive experience for home entertainment, education, and business applications. The LS810, LS820, and LS830, of LS Series of projectors feature 0.25 ultra-short throw lenses, up to 20,000 hours of operation, 100,000:1 contrast ratio, 3D-ready capabilities, and PortAll® - a hidden MHL/HDMI port that lets you discreetly stream multimedia content from a mobile device to the projector via a wireless dongle.


Ideal for business and education environments where high ambient light can be an issue, the ViewSonic® LS810 and LS830 ultra-short throw projectors feature high brightness levels at 4000 lumens. With the company's proprietary SuperColor™ and SonicExpert® technologies, these projectors deliver advanced color and enhanced sound reproduction. The LS810 is a native WXGA-based projector, and the LS830 boasts native Full HD 1080p resolution. Both projectors are engineered with flexible connectors including dual 3D Blu-Ray ready HDMI inputs, HDMI/MHL, Component, S-Video, RGB, VGA, RS232 and RJ45. Featuring a smart and intuitive design, both laser projectors are network capable for easy installation across multiple rooms or locations.

With the LS820, ViewSonic delivers a Full HD 1080p, ultra-short throw projector for stunning home entertainment. The LS820 features an RGBRGB color wheel with Rec. 709 calibration for accurate color rendering. The LS820 features 3000 lumens of brightness; along with SuperColor™ color reproduction and SonicExpert® sound enhancement technologies that bring home entertainment to life. It also comes with a number of connectors including dual 3D Blu-Ray ready HDMI inputs, Component, S-Video, RGB, VGA, RS232, and RJ45.

"We utilized many of the LightStream®-based technologies, such as SuperColor and SonicExpert® to ensure that the true-to-life color reproduction and enhanced sound carry over to these new laser models," said Aaron Campbell, product manager of projectors for ViewSonic Americas. "The LS Series carries a unique design that emphasizes style yet provides reliable and high-quality projection for up to 20,000 hours for education, corporate or home applications."

Paired with ViewSonic's specially engineered LBC100 black projector screen, enjoy unmatched front-of-screen experience, even in high-ambient lighting environments.

The LS810, LS820 and LS830 are slated to ship in August 2016. Street prices for the LS series are:


Model

Street
LS810 $2,599.99
LS820 $2,999.99
LS830 $2,999.99
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About ViewSonic

Founded in California in 1987, ViewSonic is a leading global provider of visual solution products. As an innovator and visionary, ViewSonic keeps the world connected with a portfolio of professional level visual solutions that enhance the way we compute, collaborate, communicate and connect. Our products include LED monitors, interactive commercial displays, touch displays, projectors, thin client, zero client and smart displays. To find out more about ViewSonic, visit viewsonic.com.

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