Sanyo PLC-XL51 Ultra-Short Throw Projector Review
Sanyo has just announced that their newest ultra-short throw projector, the Sanyo PLC-XL51 will be replacing the Sanyo PLC-XL50 projector that we reviewed not too long ago.
This article is not an actual review, but it is based on the Sanyo XL50 review. It covers the differences betwen them, as well as taking another look at the type of applications that these Sanyo projectors are especially good for.
|Sanyo PLC-XL51 Specs|
|Native Resolution||XGA 1024x768|
|Brightness (Manufacturer Claim)||2600|
|Zoom Lens Ratio||No|
|Lamp Life||Sanyo never publishes lamp life specs - we assume industry average of 2000|
|Warranty||3 Years Parts and Labor with 72 hour or less factory turn-around|
|View Full Specifications Here >>|
Sanyo PLC-XL51 Projector Highlights:
- Shortest throw projector on the market, needs to be only three inches from the screen to fill an 80 inch diagonal 4:3 screen surface
- Ideal for a great many specialty applications, requiring ultra short throw, including digital signage, projecting to tabletop, floor, or ceiling, working with electronic white boards, and more
- Reasonable alternative to ceiling mounting projectors, saving money
- 2600 lumens makes the PLC-XL51 six hundred lumens brighter than the PLC-XL51
- Three year warranty with rapid turn-around