NEC Adds Short Throw Projectors To Line

Posted: Dec 15 2009, 7:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:17pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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NEC has announced the addition of a couple of new short throw projectors to its line including the NP610S and NP510WS. The two projectors are both aimed at classroom and business applications in small rooms. Both also feature ECO Mode that extends the lamp life up to 5,000 hours and lowers power consumption and noise levels to 29dB.

Both projectors feature short throw lenses, virtual remotes for control directly from a computer, and remote diagnostics. The projectors support closed captioning, auto on, and autosync. Connectivity features include VGA and DVI.

RJ45 connections are built-in and the lamps are changed from the top cover. The projectors also have 7W speakers and an optional wall mount. Both projectors will ship in January 2010 for $949 and $999 respectively.

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