NEC has unveiled a couple of new projectors that are aimed at the professional integration market called the NP2200 and the NP1200. Both projectors are for education and corporate usage. The NP2200 has 4200 ANSI lumens of brightness.
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The NP1200 has 3700 ANSI lumens. Both projectors share the same 0.4W standby power rating in ECO Mode. The projectors also have a carbon savings meter that can be seen at startup. A large amount of optional lenses allow for screen sizes from 40-inches to 500-inches with distances from 2.8 feet to 304-feet from the screen.
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Connectivity features for both projectors include VGA, DVI-D, BNC, and RJ-45 among others. The native resolution of the projectors is 1024 x 768 and the contrast ratio is 600:1. Closed captioning is supported and the projectors have built-in 5W stereo speakers. The NP2200 will sell for $2,399 and the NP1200 will retail for $1999 starting this month.