InFocus Corporation (www.infocus.com) will showcase its latest solutions for the conference room, classroom and desktop June 17-19 at InfoComm booth 2017. New and coming products on display will include: Mondopad 2.0, LightCast technology in projectors and the JTouch Whiteboard with LightCast interactive display, Saturn video conferencing display system and new high-performance HD projectors.
InFocus’ new LightCast technology allows people to wirelessly cast content from their devices – including Android, Windows, Apple iOS and OSX – to a LightCast-enabled display screen or projector. LightCast devices also include built-in whiteboard tools and a Web browser to enable Internet without connecting to a separate device.
Mondopad 2.0, which has LightCast embedded, can pair with a second touchscreen, such as the InFocus InFocus JTouch a large-format touch-enabled digital display, to run dual applications, such as a video conferencing and PowerPoint files simultaneously on separate screens.
InFocus will show its new LightCast technology in projection with a preview of the IN1118HDlc projector, a mobile projector with embedded document readers, video player and tools for projection on-the-go.
InFocus will also preview its latest affordable, classroom-optimized IN119HDx projector. At less than $700, this new projector features 3200-lumen brightness and 15,000:1 contrast ratio to fit school and government budgets and the ambient-light levels of most classrooms.
The IN128HDs, a color-correct SRGB projector for video applications and designers, will also be previewed.
InFocus will demonstrate its affordable hand-held Q Tablets and the MVP100 video phone.
InFocus will preview its Saturn multi-configuration video conferencing display system that displays wall-sized, multi-endpoint video conferencing and simultaneous content sharing in an executive boardroom, office or headquarters.
For more information visit www.infocus.com.