Panasonic PT-P1SD Projector
Panasonic Press Release
The World’s Smallest, Lightest LCD Projector with a Built-in SD Card Slot
Panasonic is introducing the world’s smallest, lightest LCD projector with a builtin SD memory card slot. Called the Panasonic PT-P1SD, the new projector gives users a new way to enjoy pictures taken with a digital still camera that uses SD Memory Cards. Simply slip an SD card into the slot, and the Panasonic PT-P1SD projects clear, bright, beautiful images onto a huge screen. The Panasonic PT-P1SD is also exceptionally small and lightweight and easy to use.
The PT-P1SD’s ability to project images directly from an SD card takes all the trouble out of operation. Simply aim the PT-P1SD at the screen and plug it in. When an SD card is placed in the card slot, the PT-P1SD automatically switches on and is ready to project digital still images*1 or moving pictures*2. The images on the SD card are displayed as a list of thumbnails; just select the image you want to view. The PT-P1SD also features built-in slide show functions for viewing your digital photos.
You can select any of several transition effects between slides, including wipe, fade, split, blind, checker, slide in, and random. With photos taken in DPOF*3 form, you can set the PT-P1SD to run a slide show of favorite images or to provide automatic photo rotation.
The PT-P1SD makes it easy to give a PowerPoint® presentation without a PC. Just use Panasonic’s Image Creator software to convert a Microsoft PowerPoint® file into JPEG files and save them onto an SD card. The PT-P1SD and SD card are all you need for the presentation; you can leave your PC back at the office. For additional convenience, in Auto Slide Show mode the PT-P1SD begins a presentation or slide show automatically when an SD card is slipped into the card slot.*4
Product name: Digital SD Slide Projector
Product number: PT-P1SD
Release date: March 2006
Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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