ViewSonic PJD7382 3D ultra short-throw projector available for pre-oreder

The ViewSonic’s newest short-throw 3D capable projector – PJD7382  is now available for pre-order at an ESP starting at $899. The PJD7382 boasts a powerful .61 throw ratio, 81-inch screen with 1024 x 768 XGA resolution from a distance of only 39-inch, makes it ideal forclassrooms and education centers.

Thanks to DLP  Link technology, the PJD7382 can provide 3D images to allow for a more immersive learning environment. The projector also delivers 2500 lumens and 3,000:1 DCR, microphone input for use with integrated 10W speakers and featuring Creston RoomView software can be easily connected via Ethernet to allow educators to monitor, troubleshoot, manage and control every device throughout the facility via a single platform solution.

ViewSonic PJD7382

ViewSonic PJD7382

“The PJD7382 not only offers an ideal teaching and presenting tool, but is also built with total cost of ownership in mind,” said Erik Willey, Product Marketing Manager, for ViewSonic. “By providing powerful ultra short-throw technology and 3D capability in a flexible and mobile package, we’re proud to offer a cost-effective and intuitive solution for educators and business audiences alike.”

ViewSonic PJD7382




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