Sharp announced three new DLP professional projectors, the PG-D4010X, PG-D3750W, PG-F255W and PG-F267X.
Sharp’s PG-D4010X features 1024×768 resolution, 4000 ANDI lumes brightness, while the PG-D3750W offers 1280×800 resolution and 3700ANSI lumens. Both of them have 2200:1 contrast ratio. The BrilliantColor projectors have the DLP sealed system that prevents dust, dirt and smoke from entering core parts of the optics. They both offer VGA, S-video, component, composite video inputs. The PG-D4010X has DVI-D while the PG-D3750W includes an HDMI input.
Sharp’s PG-F255W is an entry-level DLP BrilliantColor widescreen projector with 1280×800 resolution, 2500ANSI lumens, DLP sealed system, and DVI-I analog/digital terminal.
Lastly, Sharp PG-F267X is a short-throw projector that deliver 100-inch image from a distance of just 4.3 feet. It has XGA resolution, 2500 ANDI resolution and LAN connection. It comes with DVI-D input connector.
Availability and Pricing
- The PG-D4010X will be available in February at a Manufacturer’s Suggested List Price of $2,498.
- The PG-D3750W will be available in March at a MSLP of $2,650.
- The PG-F255W is available now at a MSLP of $1,495.
- The PG-F267X will be available in March at a MSLP of $2,100.