New Panasonic projector runs on water

This takes the heat off the DLP three-chipper efficiently.


The Panasonic PT-DZ12000's reported native curve screen support may be a cool feature, but what caught our attention was its water-cooling system.

This takes the heat off the DLP three-chipper efficiently, while four built-in lamps deliver a whopping combined 12,000 lumens for installation in large venues. The latter also give this 1,920x1,200 light cannon enough headroom to power up to an epic 600-inch projection from a minimum throw distance of 12.4 meters.

The projector is scheduled to be released in August. Pricing is unclear, but you can be sure it won't come cheap.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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