|Price incl. VAT||£415.57|
|Price excl. VAT||£346.31|
|Extended warranty + 2 years||
|Possibility to return products within two months||
Engage with your audience in live presentations through an intuitive and affordable projector Dell 1450. Most applied in classrooms and conference rooms, which provide a great vivid images. Easily connect it to your tablet, laptop, Chromebook or to any computer, especially with a wide range of connectors - HDMI 1.4a, composite input or VGA (D-SUB) connector. The projector will also address its energy simplicity and low noise.
Whether you're in a darkened conference room or classroom with the approach lights, you can always rely on excellent brightness and image quality. Dell Projector 1450 has a very good luminosity that moves at a value of 3000 ANSI lumens. Vibrant colors, bright images and crisp text that are very addictive qualities that make you move your presentation to a higher level. In addition, the projector boasts XGA resolution (1024 x 768 pixels), high contrast ratio of 2200: 1 and DLP technology.
Handling the machine is its compact size and low weight easy. The projector is based primarily on a long lamp life. It offers a lifetime up to 5000 hours in normal mode and ECO mode 6000 hours.
This American multinational corporation based in Round Rock (Texas, USA) is a leading player in the field of information technology. The Dell brand carries the hallmark of quality and is known throughout the world. In 2010, it ranked fifth in the poll of most admired computer companies.
Dell's operations are incredibly broad - the company can be found not only in personal computers, servers, storage devices, switches, software and peripherals, but also HDTV, cameras, printers and MP3 players. The company, whose history began in 1984, now ranks among the giants in the field.
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