Mitsubishi introduces two new dual-lamp projectors, the XD8100U and WD8200U based on TI’s DLP technology, which can be used in 24/7 continuous applications. The XD8100U offers 1024×768 XGA resolution while the WD8200U has 1280×800 WXGA resolution. They can operate in either single or dual lamp mode offering up to 5000 lumens and 7000 lumens brightness respectively.
These two Mitsubishi dual-lamp projectors include the Mitsubishi Super Resolution, an exclusive menu-driven algorithm where the user can enhance the sharpness of a projected image. They offer geometric warping so images can be created on curved screens or surfaces, in either front- or rear-projection mode, and user-interchangeable color wheels for either brightness-intensive or color-intensive applications. The XD8100U and WD8200U also feature the company’s new self-cleaning filter system getting an automated rotating filter that allows users to schedule filter rotations automatically or manually on an as-needed basis.
Mitsubishi XD8100U and WD8200U boasts BrilliantColor technology and Advanced Automatic Image Correction, and have HDMI output.