Two New Short-Throw Projectors Introduced

2/18/2014 12:00:00 AM

NEC Display Solutions of America announced today two new M Short Throw Series digital projectors, the 3300-lumen M332XS and 3500-lumen M352WS models.

Using the latest DLP® technology from Texas Instruments, the M332XS and M352WS models deliver high contrast images (10,000:1), are filter free, and have 0.6:1 and 0.48:1 throw ratios, respectively. Features include ECO Mode™ technology, which increases lamp life up to 8000 hours, while lowering power consumption, as well as quick start (3 to 4 seconds) and auto power on via the RGB input connector.

Remote diagnostics enable the user to monitor and make adjustments to the projectors from afar.

The M332XS and M352WS ship with a two-year limited parts and labor warranty, and will be available in April 2014 at an estimated street price of $959 and $1,069, respectively. The lamp is covered for one year or 500 hours, whichever comes first. Education customers receive an additional year on their warranties. Star Student customers can receive an additional two years on their warranties with product registration. To qualify, visit www.necstarstudent.com for registration details.
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