More and more professors and students are using wide PCs.

Professors and students want to see the images on their wide PCs as is, without the resizing and the sides cut off.

More and more PCs are using the wide-screen format. When an lecturer uses a wide-screen PC, a projector with a 4:3 aspect ratio cannot display the PC image accurately. To display a wide-screen image fully, you need a wide-screen projector. Also, for maintenance considerations, it's better to install projectors made by the same manufacturer. However, many manufacturers offer only a limited line-up.

A low resolution projector with a 4:3 aspect ratio cannot project the entire image from a wide-screen PC onto the screen. You also lose lots of detail.

Solve this problem with Panasonic projectors!
We offer a full line up of wide projectors which includes WUXGA models that support the latest wide-screen PCs.

In addition to WXGA models for viewing conventional wide-screen PC sources, the line-up includes WUXGA (1920 x 1200, 16:10) models that handle all of the rich data from Blu-ray Discs, and models that are compatible with the high-resolution WUXGA of the newest wide-screen PCs. The Panasonic lineup supports a variety of wide-screen sources.

Multi Projector Monitoring & Control Software is also available free of charge, so you can centrally manage all of the projectors connected to your LAN system.

Panasonic wide-screen projectors can display high-resolution, wide-screen images in full size.

Wide-screen models are available in each product grade.


* This size information is intended only as a guideline. The size may vary depending on the installation conditions.