New Ultra Short Throw Projectors With Upgraded Features and Flexibility

1/27/2012 7:58:00 PM
Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group today announced the introduction of its CP-A301N, CP-AW251N and CP-A221N ultra short throw 3LCD projectors. All three can project an 80-inch image at just nine inches from the front of the projector.

The CP-A301N, CP-AW251N and CP-A221N offer an ultra-short-throw lens design, extended 5,000-hour lamp life (in Eco mode) and can be used with an optional tabletop stand that enables images to be projected directly onto a tabletop.

All three projectors feature network connectivity, an RJ-45 Ethernet jack for connection to a local area network (LAN), allowing content to be sent directly from a computer to the projector via the network. The projectors provide XGA and WXGA resolution with up to 3,000 ANSI lumens brightness (depending on model), and include multiple inputs and outputs including HDMI, S-Video and composite video inputs, USB and RGB computer connections, RCA, stereo mini-jack and microphone audio inputs, and audio and video monitor outputs.

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