Toshiba is launching a new series of projectors, the TLP-X10, X11, X20 and X21.

All four models feature an integrated PC-card slot, eliminating the need to connect via a laptop or desktop PC.

Presentations can be downloaded onto a PC card in Jpeg format and then projected onto a screen. All models feature keystone correction, ensuring images appear flat – even when projected at an angle on to the screen.

The X10 and X11 have a resolution of 1,024-x-768 pixels, an ANSI lumens of 2000, a contrast ratio of 400:1 and are compatible with PAL, NTSC and SECAM video formats and have a 2W integrated-loudspeaker. The TLP-X10 weighs 5.1kg, while the TLP-X11 weighs 5.9kg.

The TLP-X11 had an integrated document camera with a SXGA (super extended graphics array) resolution. The camera lens has a manual zoom and focus, automatic diaphragm-adjustment and automatic white-balance. The X10 costs £4,995 and the X11 is 5,995.

The X20 and X21 have a resolution of 1,024-x-768, 2,400 ANSI lumens, a contrast ratio of 400:1 and PAL, NTSC and SECAM video compatibility. The X20 weighs 5.1kg, and the TLP-X21 is 5.9kg.

The X21 also has an integrated document-camera with manual zoom and focus. The X20 retails at £6,395 and the X21 costs £6,750.

The X-series models ship with remote control, HD15 cable, AV cable, Mac adaptor, PC audio cable, USB cable, power cord and manual.