Casio Reveals Slim Mercury-Free Projector


Japanese camera giant Casio, first showcased the revolutionary Green Slim projector at CES, and now more details emerge.

The Casio Green Slim is the world’s first high-brightness projector able to render video in a light room, without the help of a high-pressure mercury lamp. The engineers at Casio managed to pull this off by combining laser, fluorescent and LED technology, and creating a high-output of green light.

Another interesting feature of Casio’s projector is its small, slim body. Measuring no more than a standard piece of paper, it’s also just 1.7 inches thick and weighs only 5 pounds. The Green Slim projector uses DLP light-projection technology and can handle resolutions up to 1280×800.

According to Casio’s press release, the Green Slim projector’s lamp has a lifespan of 20,000 (more than ten times that of ordinary projectors) and can achieve full brightness in 8 seconds. No word yet on this baby’s pricing.

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