New mobile projectors offer extensive networking capabilies

10/28/2011 12:00:00 AM
Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group today announced the availability of its CP-X3021WN and CP-X2521WN networkable mobile projectors, two new 3LCD projectors. Features include:
  • Intelligent Eco feature, which automatically changes the brightness of the lamp according to the level of the input signal.
  • Extensive networking capabilities, including remote control via a local area network (LAN) connection, encrypted wireless computer connection capability,  simultaneous projection via a network, and more
  • Images from up to four computers can be projected onto the four quarters of a screen
  • Moderator Control Mode lets a moderator control the output of up to 50 computers through the network into the projector.
  • Campus Notification System (CNS), now with an audio alert function, for sending campus-wide announcements and important messages throughout a local area network. 
  • 2000:1 contrast ratio and XGA resolution. 
  • Upgraded Template function displays white or black lines to make writing on a whiteboard or blackboard easier, and can display a moveable world map.
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