|Item Weight||5.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.2 x 11.2 x 3.2 inches|
|Item model number||PJD5123|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Number of Component Outputs||VGA|
|Specification Met||Energy Star Certified|
|Special Features||speakers, 3d-ready|
|Frequency Response Curve||50/60|
ViewSonic PJD5123 SVGA DLP Projector (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
|Price:||$349.00 + $12.19 shipping|
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- SVGA 800x600 DLP projector, 2700 ANSI Lumens, 3000:1 Contrast, 1.1x Optical Zoom Lens
- Throw Ratio 1.97?2.17:1. , Multiple inputs: Dual RGB in, composite
- 120Hz/3D-ready, Digital keystone correction +/- 40°, 2 Watt Integrated Speaker
- Portable 5.7 lbs weight, Lamp life: 5000/6000 (Normal/Eco), Apple Mac compatible
- 8 preset picture modes, including, bright, cinema, whiteboard, etc.
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|Connectivity Technology||Display Port||HDMI||HDMI||HDMI||HDMI, DisplayPort||Wireless^HDMI|
|Image Brightness||2700 lumens||3300 lumens||2,000||3000 lumens||1800 lumens||2600 lumens|
|Item Dimensions||11.2 x 9.2 x 3.2 in||12.44 x 8.98 x 4.08 in||11.75 x 16 x 6.5 in||10.5 x 8.7 x 3.3 in||17 x 20 x 7.5 in||8.3 x 11.5 x 2.1 in|
|Item Weight||5.7 lbs||4.6 lbs||7.5 lbs||4.6 lbs||7.7 lbs||3.7 lbs|
The PJD5123 is a high-performance SVGA 800x600 DLP projector with 2700 ANSI lumens and 3000:1 contrast ratio. With new slim design at only 3.2 inch height, making it ideal to move from room to room on the campus or in the office.Power Requirements: 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
ViewSonic's PJD5123 is a high-performance SVGA 800x600 DLP projector with 2,700 ANSI lumens and 3000:1 contrast. This projector supports PC and HD video signals and projects clear, bright images in most lighting conditions. With a new slim design at only 3.2 inches height, making it ideal for moving from room to room on the campus or throughout the office. Texas Instruments´ BrilliantColor™ technology delivers brilliant, true-color and high contrast images for viewing presentations, charts, or video. The PJD5123 offers a variety of hardware and software features including multiple PC and video input options, 1.1x optical zoom, auto vertical keystone correction, 120Hz/3D-Ready, support HD video signals, and integrated speaker. Filter-less design and energy-saving ECO-mode provide for easy maintenance and longer product life. For increased security, a PIN lock feature allows you to set a password to prevent unauthorized use. The PJD5123 is perfect for tabletop, ceiling mounting or taking on the road.
Bright in virtually any setting
Using less watts per lumen than other comparable projectors. And with a 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, it´s the bright choice for business, education, mobile and home presenters.
Settings where the PJD5123 is the perfect solution:
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DLP® 3D technology
Eco-mode saves money, power and helps the planet
New Slim Design
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Piece of mind with one of the best warranties in the business
What´s in the Box
- ViewSonic projector
- Power cable
- VGA cable
- Remote control with batteries
- Quick Start guide
- ViewSonic Wizard CD (with User Guide)
Dimensions and other features:
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First, let me say that my purchase was largely price-driven. I figured I'd have to buy a used projector, but the low price Amazon charged was the hook that caused me to bite on this brand-new one. My second criterion was that it had to work with a Mac; it does! I did have to purchase an extra cable for my Macbook Pro unibody ($29.99 from Apple). I could have gotten a third party cable for much less (and may still do that for a backup), but the reviews on them were not as favorable as those on the Apple one.
So I took the plunge, even paying an extra $4 (Amazon Prime) to have it delivered in two days. It arrived on time and I found everything in the box as advertised. The written documentation is worthless, but their CD has much good information. You can also go to the ViewSonic website and download their PDF manual to read before your purchase arrives (highly recommended).
I installed the software on my Macbook Pro, connected the ViewSonic PJD5123 and fired it up. My computer (running OS X 10.6.7) recognized the projector and the computer screen's image shone on the white wall across the room, but it was very blurry. My heart sank. Thinking I'd bought a pig in a poke, I began lamenting the irritation of having to ship it back. Then, I began to turn the adjustments this way and that, and the picture on the wall became as clear as the one on the laptop screen. Was I ever relieved!
Then I wondered, will it work in an environment with a lot of daylight? Because I teach college courses and give seminars in rooms with many windows, I needed a projector with enough brightness to provide a clear text and picture in broad daylight. Now please do not misunderstand. The picture and text are better at night, but they are just fine in the daylight.
Someone may wonder how it works for movie watching. I've been watching movies on my 17" computer screen, so when I focused the ViewSonic with a movie projecting from it on the wall, I held my breath hoping that it would provide at least an acceptable picture. Wow, was I every pleased! I now have a huge screen on the wall that looks as good as the one on my computer. This is a bonus I'd not planned on.
Another concern for me is the voltage. I travel internationally and was delighted to find that this little projector works with 110-240v/50-60hz. With a plug adapter I'll be in business in the USA and foreign countries.
I almost forgot to mention that while there is no carrying case, a remote (with batteries!) is included. I've barely used the remote, but the features look sufficient for my use. As for the bag, what do you want for a rock bottom price? I'll likely go to the local thrift store and find a suitable case for less than three bucks!
Do I have any concerns or disappointments? So far I'm not disappointed at all. This projector does all the basic stuff I need and provides a very nice picture. My only concern is that when I shut it down I do not hear the fan running to cool it down before final shut down as the instructions indicate. I will call or email the company to see if its shut down feature is defective. My guess is that it is just fine. Other than that, it seems to work A-OK!
Please note that this is not a heavy-duty, latest and greatest feature-filled projector. For such a product you'll likely pay three or four times what this little fellow costs. But it does what I need and even has an eye to the future with a sticker that boasts "3-D READY."
ADDED 6 JULY, 2011
Just a quick note on the issue of the fan not running after shutdown to cool the projector: I emailed ViewSonic on Saturday of the July 4th weekend and they responded promptly the following Tuesday after the holidays. Here's their email response:
"Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for contacting ViewSonic. Our newer projectors have a feature in which the unit will cool off on its own when needed. This new feature is so that the unit can be used more on the go , ViewSonic and a few other brand name companies have added such feature to recently manufactured projectors . If you should have further questions please contact us back. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to provide assistance."
Well, I couldn't believe what I'd read, so I called ViewSonic and talked to a technical person. He assured me that the email was, indeed, correct and that the unit is working just fine. He said ViewSonic designed this projector so that one could immediately pack it away after using it. For me, this is a blessing in disguise! It means that I can use the projector until the close of class, and immediately walk out with it.
Summer 2012 Update: Just to let everyone know, I am still using the PJD5123 with satisfaction. Some have questioned whether it does, indeed, work with 240V as well as 110V. If you look on the bottom of the unit, it says AC 100-240V 50-60HZ.