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BryteWerks Launches High-Definition Digital Projectors

Published on January 3, 2012 at 5:01 AM

By Andy Choi

BryteWerks has declared the introduction of an array of products, in order to launch a new series of bright, hybrid media centers based on a novel, high-definition digital projector platform. The BryteWerks Model One line of Intel Core digital projectors based on CPU combine advanced digital, optical, and computer technologies with novel industrial design and excellent connectivity into an economic and interactive exhibition powerhouse and multimedia control.

BryteWerks Model is designed for commercial or specialized applications. Model One line offers high-quality 16:10 widescreen 1920x1200 resolution, via LCD Native WUXGA panel. The attributes of projectors include a 1000:1 True Contrast Ratio, an ultra-high brightness of 6,000 - 11,000 lm, and a 1:1 throw of 1 to 50 ft,. The BryteWerks Model One projectors internal features include, a complete slot-loaded Blu-ray player, up to 2 TB of internal storage, a 500 GB Solid State Drive, a totally integrated Intel Core i3 to i7 HTPC CPU, unparallel connectivity options, and a custom version of XBMC, playback application, and an open source media organization, crafting the Model One to be a revolutionary media center.

Two-way communication access to other BryteWerks projectors is facilitated through Bluetooth and gigabit Ethernet, and 802.11n Wifi. The ultra-wide 105 mm flexible prime lens offers quality images with reduced optical distortion. The standard Metal Halide lamp offers a variety of replacement bulbs with reduced long term operating costs. The Model One uses the BryteWerks private AirHeart airflow management system including multiple chambers with discreet plenums and fans that provide superior cooling at 27dB . It also has wide applications in indie Film Theaters, museums, churches, performing arts centers, corporate boardrooms, AV rental inventory, and military applications.

Source: http://www.bryteworks.com/

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