New Casio XJ-350 And XJ450 Data Projectors

Posted: Oct 16 2003, 7:48pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:02pm CDT , in Other Stuff

New Casio XJ-350 and XJ450 Data Projectors

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Casio announces two data projectors. Casio enters with those devices the projector market for the first time.

The XJ-350 and XJ450 mobile projectors employ an original new condenser lens and light source lamp that deliver high-brightness images that can be clearly viewed under normal lighting conditions, in a compact, highly portable configuration. The XJ-350 delivers an amazing 2200 ANSI lumens from a minuscule 9"x7"x2' size configuration, while the XJ450 with its letter-sized footprint delivers a stunning 2800 ANSI lumens.

The XJ-450 includes a phase differential sensor system for automatic vertical and horizontal keystone correction, as well as auto focus. This makes it possible to project a completely square, undistorted image onto a screen that is not directly in line with the projector, without manual adjustment.

The new YC-400 Document Copy Stand & Digital Camera also plays an important role in maximizing the range of applications for the projector. Equipped with a high-resolution 4-megapixel CCD and an automatic adjustment feature that automatically corrects the positioning between the camera and subject so that it appears squarely on the screen, the YC-400 is much more than simply a document camera. In addition to printed documents, this camera can be used for instantly projecting images of white board contents, 3-dimensional objects, as a digital scanner and as a fully functioning, stand-alone digital camera.

The Casio XJ-350 (MSRP $3,999) available in December 2003. The XJ-450 (MSRP $4,999) available in February 2004

The Copy Stand & Digital Camera YC-400 (MSRP $1,999) available in February 2004. See Press-release for more details.

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