Posted on August 5, 2008 By Art Feierman
I’ve been a big fan of Panasonic’s LB series, their lightweight portable 3LCD business projectors. My enthusiasm goes back years, to the days when my old company was an authorized Panasonic dealer. As a result of that, I’ve reviewed each new series of LB projectors for four years now. Once again, I’m pleased with the latest iteration.
This review covers two Panasonic XGA projectors, the base PT-LB75U projector, and the slightly more expensive PT-LB75NTU, which features wireless networking capabilities. Panasonic has also announced widescreen projector version, the brighter PT-LW80NTU.
I plan to take a quick look at the widescreen models in the next month, and will also publish a short review of it along with the PT-LB80U and PT-LB80NTU. All of those PT-LB80 projectors are basically identical to the PT-LB75U and PT-LB75NTU, but 600 lumens brighter. Panasonic provided us with the PT-LB75NTU (networking version), and since these two projectors are identical, except for the networking, that allows us to “knock off two birds, with one stone.” I should point out that if you look at the projectors, you won’t see the U at the end of the model numbers. The U, is simply a designation for the US version. Elsewhere, these projectors are simply the PT-LB75 and PT-LB75NT.
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