Lenovo, makers of Thinkpad, has just announced its first wireless projector, the ThinkVision C400. Primarily aimed at business professionals, the projector is integrated with 802.11b/g wireless technology so it doesn't need to be hooked up to a computer for it to display your latest business presentation (though you could if you wanted to). There's also a USB slot if you want to use your PowerPoint-loaded USB memory key instead. It comes equipped with 2,650 lumens, features DLP technology, XGA native resolution, HDTV compatibility, DVI-I to VGA connector, S-Video, composite video, and picture-in-picture capability. It weighs about 7.5 lbs, and the package comes with a remote control and laser pointer. The ThinkVision C400 is available now from Lenovo's website and is selling for $2,499.
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