Posted on April 25, 2010 By Art Feierman
The Sharp PG-D3510X projector is a portable XGA (1024 X 768) DLP data projector that is equally comfortable in classrooms and conference rooms. While many projectors in the PG-D3510X’s class offer brightness rating in the 2000-3000 lumen range, few actually achieve those ratings. As you will see in the “Performance” section of this review, the PG-D3510X had no problem achieving its 3500 lumen rating, making it one of the brightest projectors in its class.
The projector features a “Quick Start” setup guide and menu, as well as the usual assortment of inputs (although no digital inputs – i.e. HDMI or DVI). Although there is currently no 3-D source material available, the Sharp PG-D3510X is 3-D ready with DLP Link technology. Unlike much of the competition, Sharp also offers full color management capability in the PG-D3510X. This allows the user to adjust both primary (RGB) and secondary (CMY) colors as desired. This can help to maximize the effect of presentations that include photos.
The PG-D3510X’s light weight (6.2 lbs.) and compact size makes it very portable. It also comes with a travel bag that holds the projector, remote and any accessory cables for easy transport. Featuring high brightness, network control and monitoring capability and low standby power consumption, the Sharp PG-D3510X projector offers a desirable combination of price, features and performance. It should be a seriously considered by those who are looking for brightness and portability at a reasonable price.
3D Ready – ready for use with new 3D content. Incorporating DLP Link technology, when used with compatible 3D field sequential content and active shutter 3D glasses (not included) that support the DLP Link system. The PG-D3010X offers 3D support with both 60 Hz and 120 Hz XGA (1024 x 768) and SVGA (800 x 600) sources.
Email Notification – When using the networking ability of the PG-D3510X, it can be set to notify the owner of the projector status, reminders or any problems via email.
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