NEC Display Solutions of America, Inc., today announced the launch of two new projector models: the P525WL and P525UL, intended for locations where a large, high-quality image is desired.
The P525WL replaces NEC’s P502WL-2, and the P525UL replaces NEC’s P502HL-2. For each new model, the imaging unit has been changed from DLP to LCD technology.
Featuring 5,200 center lumens, these two LCD models provide clear images in high-ambient light conditions, and the laser light source offers a minimum of 20,000 hours of life. By using Constant Brightness mode, the P525WL and P525UL can provide consistent-looking images for the life of the projector. Additionally, these 4K-ready projectors support UHD signals and provide WXGA and WUXGA native resolutions.
- Manual horizontal and vertical lens shift
- 1.6x zoom lens and HDBaseT input
- Advanced networking capability and improved wireless collaboration capability
- Dual HDMI
- USB with 2.0A support
- LAN port
- Optional Wireless Module (NP05LM1) with MultiPresenter capability for up to 16 simultaneous connections
The P525WL and P525UL are backed by a 5-year warranty with NEC’s InstaCare replacement program included. They will begin shipping in January at a minimum advertised price of $2,299 (P525WL) and $3,099 (P525UL). For additional information and specs, visit NEC Display Solutions.