Casio adds four new models to its Green Slim projectors line

Casio America has announced that their mercury-free, laser and LED Hybrid Light Source GREEN SLIM Projector family received four new additions in the mane of  XJ-A255V, XJ-A250, XJ-A155V and XJ-A150 models.

The new lamp free models utilize Casio’s innovative Hybrid Light Source technology and have increased brightness of 3,000 lumens. The XJ-A255V and XJ-A250 boasts 1,280×800 resolution, while the XJ-A155V and XJ-A150 have 1,024×768, features also include 1800:1 contrast ratio, 2X optical power zoom lens and light source life up to 20,000 hours. The XJ-A255V/XJ-A155V also comes with wirereless adapter, allowing presentations without direct connection to the computer or laptop and can be wirelessly connected with up to 32 Windows computers simultaneously with up to 4 Window PC’s displayed on screen at one time.

Casio XJ-A155 projector

Casio claims that the GREEN SLIM projectors reduces operating costs and eliminates the time and effort involved in lamp replacements while maintaining clear, high-quality images over an extended period of time. The new models is expect to be available coming weeks with MSRPs of $1,499-$1,799.

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