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ViewSonic Pro8520HD projector gives you the big picture

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pro8520hd2If you’re looking to buy a new TV and want to get the big screen experience then a projector like the affordable new ViewSonic Pro8520HD could be an option.

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD is a full high definition projector that can be used in home theatres and conference rooms.

The product can be used to project an image up to 300-inches in size.

The Pro8520HD has a 1.5x all-glass optical zoom lens that enables the projector to beam an image up to 40 per cent larger than a conventional projector.

Priced at $3,399, the ViewSonic projector offers value per inch when you consider this is the price you’d pay for the latest 60-inch LED TVs.

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD projector

It has a brightness of 5,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 15,000:1 and can work well even in high ambient light areas but it does work best in a dark room. The product is 33.3cm wide, 12.2cm high and and 26.3cm long and weighs 3.9kg.

If you’re lucky enough to have a dedicated room that you’re setting up as a home theatre then a projector can create a real cinema feel.

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD has a native 1920 x 1080 full high definition resolution, which means your movies or presentations will look pristine.

The ViewSonic projector integrates BrilliantColour technology to deliver accurate and vibrant images by using a 5-segment colour wheel to enhance overall colour reproduction.

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD can project an image up to 300-inches

Onboard are dual HDMI inputs so it can connect to a variety of sources including Blu-ray Disc players, gaming consoles, set-top-boxes, laptops, computers and even smartphones and tablets.

With the addition of the WPD-100 adaptor, the ViewSonic also has wireless connectivity and can project content from up to four PCs.

For presentations, the projector can also be used without a PC with slideshows or images displayed from a USB flash drive.

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD projector can be table or ceiling mounted and can integrate into a LAN (local area network) and monitoring system for complete control and remote projector status alerts.

The inputs of the ViewSonic Pro8520HD projector includes two HDMI inputs

It should be noted setting up a projector to use in the home theatres requires it to be integrated into separate speaker system and receiver along with a digital set-top box to watch free-to-air TV.

The ViewSonic Pro8520HD is available now and is priced at $3,399.

www.viewsonic.com.au

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