Revamped high-performance projectors enable PC-less presentations

ViewSonic announces seven new models within the PDJ6 and PJD7 series for business and education users.
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ViewSonic announces seven new models within the PDJ6 and PJD7 series for business and education users.

ViewSonic announces seven new models within the PDJ6 and PJD7 series for business and education users.

Intended for large presentation environments, the PJD7 series is equipped with 4000 lumens brightness, HDMI connectivity and wireless LAN display for heightened levels of brightness and resolution.

The PJD6 series focuses on the business need to deliver remote projector management for a user-friendly way to manage multiple networked projectors.

Both series enable PC-less presentations by allowing users to connect with smartphones and tablets to wirelessly stream content from device to projector.

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