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Allows for quick and easy lens exchange. Optional lenses enable the user to determine the appropriate lens to cover projection distances between 2.6 and 179.8 feet.
Ensures detailed images when non-native resolution sources are connected to the projector.
Presets provide for adaptive colour tone correction to display properly on non-white surfaces.
Extends lamp life, lowers audible noise and reduces total cost of ownership.
A high-performance video processing/scaling system designed for computer signals as well as standard or high-definition video, this technology brings home-theater-quality images to meeting rooms and classrooms using pixel-based, motion-adaptive de-interlacing to remove undesirable motion.
The first industry-wide standardization in option slots that allows for easier installation, use and maintenance of digital signage.
Allows the projectors to boost an image’s brightness up to 20,000 lumens, which is ideal for larger-sized screens and environments with heavy ambient light. This feature also prevents the complete loss of an image, which can happen when using only one projector.
Displays multimedia files (.jpeg, .bmp, .png, .mpeg2 or .wmv9) in the Windows shared folder on a local network using the Viewer function—all without bringing your PC into the conference room.
Allows you to control a networked computer by connecting a USB mouse and keyboard directly to the projector’s USB input.
Allows you to transmit images from a PC wirelessly to the projector, eliminating the need for traditional cumbersome cables.