NEC Display Solutions of America (www.necdisplay.com) announces the latest in the NP Portable Series with the fully featured NP216 DLP projector. Dual VGA inputs provide multiple computer inputs and eliminate the time-consuming process of alternating between computer sources from one input. The latest TI DLP Link technology offers users the ability to project 3D images. Additionally, the variable audio-out feature enables users to connect self-powered external speakers to the projector, adjustable by the projector remote control. Lamp life is extended up to 5,000 hours with the use of its Eco Mode technology and lowers power consumption to 217W (0.49W in standby mode).
NEC Display has announced two new portable short-throw projectors, the NP500WS and the NP600S. The NP500WS, a wide-aspect ratio projector, features 1,280x800 native resolution at 2,100 lumens, while the NP600S provides a 1,024x768 native resolution at 2,600 lumens. Each has a contrast ratio of 600:1 and provides up to 4,000 hours of lamp life. The NP500WS and NP600S projectors work well with whiteboards and create a 77-inch diagonal image from just three feet, ten inches. In fact, either can be mounted on the wall directly above the screen or whiteboard. The integrated RJ45 connection provides quick connection to the LAN and ECO Mode technology, which increases lamp life to as much as 4,000 hours while lowering power consumption and reducing noise.
GENERAL-PURPOSE: The NEC NP400 (list price, $1,199; street price, about $800) LCD projector provides bright images (2,500 lumens) and wired network connectivity to users who require remote monitoring and control at a value price. It includes built-in closed captioning, seven-watt audio, automatic keystoning and eco mode technology, which can boost lamp life to 4,000 hours.SHORT-THROW: The NP600S ($1,199) creates a 77-inch diagonal image from less than four feet; it is a 2,600-lumen projector and, like the NP400, has wired network connectivity and provides up to 4,000 hours of lamp life in eco mode.INEXPENSIVE: The NP200 is a DLP projector with a street price of about $600; it is an XGA resolution projector and has 2,100 lumens and a lamp life of 3,500 to 4,000 hours. Its inputs include composite video, dual component/VGA and S-Video.HIGH-DEFINITION: NEC recommends its NP500W ($1,399) for high-definition projection; with 3,000 lumens, it supports the 1,080i high-definition video mode.
series of widescreen LCD monitors. The line includes the 24” VG2427wm, the VG2227wm, and the 20” VG2027wm widescreen monitors. The monitors are all Energy Star certified and can be set to ECO Mode, which saves up to 40 percent in energy consumption. Generous height and tilt adjustments, coupled with a 360-degree swivel base, provide adjustments for optimal head and neck positioning. The products also have built-in stereo speakers supported with the latest SRS Premium Sound technology.
released the PLC-XW250 and the PLC-XW200 for the education market that include an eco standby power mode and its exclusive Easy Setup Function. Using just 0.4 watts, the PLC-XW250 and the PLC-XW200 eco power stand-by mode saves about 80 percent of the energy that is consumed by similar previous SANYO projectors. Both projectors incorporate SANYO’s Easy Setup Function, which includes Auto Input Signal Search, Auto Vertical Keystone Correction, and an Input Guidance Function. When a signal is detected, it enables easy setup for expert users and novices alike. Using the supplied wired LAN terminal, both models can be controlled and managed via network connection.
The Hitachi (www.hitachi.com) CP-A52 3LCD projector offers ultrashort- throw capability, easy maintenance and the ability to project an 80-inch image from 25 inches away. This means that teachers no longer have to worry about obstructing the projected image when they stand in front of the screen. Additionally, there are no shadows to interfere with the image or any light in the presenter’s face. The CP-A52 also has a hybrid filter that requires maintenance only every 2,000 hours. The projector’s saving mode reduces power consumption to less than 5W by disabling RS-232C control except for power-on command, monitor-out and audio capability.