Toshiba’s TLP-791 projector now available

Designed to help professionals maximize cost efficiency and increase mobility, the TLP-791 combines two presentation devices into a single compact unit saving users from having to buy, and travelwith, a separate projector and document camera to fill their presentation needs.

Weighing just 11 pounds, Toshiba’s TLP-791 features 3,000 ANSI lumens, 400:1 contrast ratio, XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, DVI connectivity and two-way digital keystone correction. The integrated document camera boasts 1.45 MB pixels of resolution (1392 X 1040 dots), making it ideal for demonstrating 3-D objects, photographs and small objects, or displaying documents without having to scan them into the computer. Whether it is for the conference room, classroom, courtroom or training facility, the TLP-791 is the ultimate presentation tool for users who demand quality and versatility.

“Toshiba designed the TLP-791 for professionals that require more presentation options than standalone projector models can provide. Being the only manufacturer to offer an integrated document camera, puts Toshiba in a unique position to fulfill that need,” said Oscar Koenders, vice president of product marketing and worldwide product planning, Toshiba CSG. “Its feature set, combined with two presentation devices wrapped into a single portable package, makes the Toshiba TLP-791 an attractive option for markets where performance is critical, but price is a key purchasing factor.”

Toshiba’s projectors are easy-to-use with “plug and project” functionality to ensure worry-free, professional presentations with Toshiba reliability and compatibility. Other special features built into the striking metallic casing include picture-in-picture and annotation capabilities to enhance any presentation. The TLP-791 includes integrated data, video and audio capabilities for enhancing multimedia effects. With a minimal noise level of 38dBA, the TLP-791 will not interfere with the presentation. The TLP-791 also features passive loop through capabilities that enables an external monitor to function in addition to the projection on the screen.

Pricing and Availability
Toshiba’s TLP-791 projector is available immediately for $4,699 ESP, and is available at www.shoptoshiba.com or through Toshiba enterprise sales team and authorized Toshiba distributors, dealers, retailers or mail-order outlets. Toshiba projectors come standard with a two-year limited warranty, remote control with laser pointer and soft carry case.

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