Present with maximum impact and minimum distractions with the NEC U310W, an ultra short throw projector that delivers an extremely short throw distance solution for education (including interactive whiteboards) and corporate applications. With its ability to be mounted to the wall above the screen, this model completely eliminates shadows and glare typically found with standard projection systems. Additional features for the 3D Ready U310W include DLP® and DLP Link technologies from Texas Instruments and wide connectivity (HDMI and dual computer inputs).
Full-featured yet affordable, the NP510WS portable projector delivers an ideal short throw distance solution for education (including interactive whiteboards) and corporate applications. Bright enough for use in large rooms, this model can be connected to the network for remote monitoring and control. Compared to its predecessor, the NP510WS consumes less power, starts up and shuts down quicker, and features a carbon footprint meter, longer filter usage time and lamp life (in ECO ModeTM), and a remote with ECO Mode button for easy lamp mode switching.
Ricoh has dropped another short-throw business projector ‘PJ WX4130? into the market. Adopting the DLP display technology, the PJ WX4130 is able to project an 80-inch image from a distance less than a foot away. Apart from that, it also provides 1280 x 800 native resolution, 2500 ANSI lumens brightness, 2500:1 contrast ratio and up to 4000 hours of lamp life (Eco Mode). The PJ WX4130 is available now for $1,650.
Hitachi is proud to announce their latest short-throw projector, the CP-D31N. Adopting the 3LCD display technology, the CP-D31N is able to project an 80-inch image from a distance of only 32-inches. Apart from that, it also provides 1024 x 768 native resolution, 3000 ANSI lumens brightness and 4:3 aspect ratio, and comes with a number of connectivity ports including HDMI, S-Video, Composite, D-Sub, RCA and Stereo Mini Jack.