NEC unveils new Multimedia Series projectors

NEC Display Solutions presents its completely new M Series projectors, featuring as they claim the world’s first Auto Eco mode on projectors, which lower running costs significantly.

The M Series succeeds the NP610-series and includes for now 7 models which offers XGA (1024 x 768) and WXGA (1280 x 800) resolutions, contrast ratio of 2000:1 and a brightness of up to 4200 ANSI lumens. All models are equipped with a large 1.7x optical zoom and continues to offer all the advantageous features of the predecessor models such as Direct Power On function, Auto Vertical Keystone as well as the Carbon Savings Meter.

NEC M300W projector

The series features “the world’s first Auto Eco mode on projectors”, which automatically adjusted the luminance of the lamp to match the content being presented, allowing “optimum brightness and maximum energy efficiency at all times”. In addition, some of the models have two Eco mode levels, with the new second level being designed specifically for whiteboard applications. They also pack a new 75% AV Mute function, that reduces the lamp power by 75% and decreases the overall power consumption of the projector significantly and results in an increased lamp life.

NEC M300W


The M Series connectivity include D-sub, S-video, component, HDMI input, LAN, RC232 ports as well three USB ports, which allow to connect a USB stick for viewing still images directly from the projector and to connect an optional WLAN adapter.

Model

Resolution

Brightness

M420X

XGA

4200 ANSI lumens

M350X

XGA

3500 ANSI lumens

M300X

XGA

3000 ANSI lumens

M260X

XGA

2600 ANSI lumens

M230X

XGA

2300 ANSI lumens

M300W

WXGA

3000 ANSI lumens

M260W

WXGA

2600 ANSI lumens

NEC M260W

The new M Series models are available in October 2010 except for the M420X available in February 2011

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