|Price incl. VAT||£1,554.86 £1,291.84|
|Price excl. VAT||£1,076.53|
|Extended warranty + 1 year £103.34 Extended warranty + 1 year||
A short throw LCD projector designed to deliver excellent image quality and broad options, including network connectivity. You can use it to present tasks, images, and graphics from devices connected to the same network, such as PCs, smartphones, and tablets. The projector is ideal for eye-catching presentations with perfectly legible text. You can choose from power-saving or performance-focused settings to match the situation. The projector comes with Dual Pen Interactive, which is two pens that let both the presenter and a member of the audience write on the projection screen and share ideas in real time. This makes presentations more engaging and dynamic.
When the projector is connected to LAN, presentations can be held remotely from any computer in the network. You can also add an (optional) WiFi module to facilitate presentations from your tablet or smartphone. A tablet or smartphone can be connected concurrently. Up to four users can hold a presentation from a PC/Mac at the same time. The projector supports up to eight connections in total. For Windows/Mac devices there is Projector Station Network Presentation application, while tablets/smartphones can be managed via downloadable Pixelworks app. The projector can also be managed and monitored remotely from any computer in the network.
The projector’s high brightness ensures that presentations remain clear and sharp in any classroom or boardroom. You can choose from three brightness modes to fit any environment. Auto mode sets the light output automatically during projection to match the scene. If you need to pause for a moment, the light output can be disabled completely to minimise power consumption. Finally, Eco mode extends the projector’s lamp life to an incredible 8000 hours. The filter should last equally as long.
3000 hours in high brightness mode
5000 hours in standard mode
8000 hours in eco mode
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