NEC adds V300W Mobile Projector

NEC adds V300W Mobile Projector

NEC  has added a new addition a new multimedia projector projector to its lineup, offering WXGA native resolution, 2000:1 contrast ratio and 3000 ANSI lumens of brightness.

The new V300W model is appropriate for small-to-medium meeting rooms and comes in compact, lightweight design for easy transportation. It is packed with the latest DLP engine from Texas Instruments and also offers 3D capabilities. V300W has integrated Phillips’ VIDI technology, allowing the projector to work in conjunction with the color wheel to increase the image’s brightness and contrast ratio.  It also has built-in 7W speaker and connectivity includes an HDMI input, monitor out, LAN port,  and dual analog RGB inputs, as well as variable audio out for use with an external speaker. NEC claims  that when it is used in ECO Mode, the projector boasts up to 5000 hours of lamp life, reducing the  customers’ total cost of ownership.

The V300W is offered with a 2-year and is available for $849.

Source: NEC

 

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