ViewSonic has trio of new projectors

ViewSonic isn’t just famous for its line of LCD monitors, but has also a hand in the projector market. This time round, we will see three new lightweight projectors hit the market, specially designed after ViewSonic has listened to what its customers have mentioned throughout their purchase history in order to meet those stringent demands. The three projectors in question are the PJD6220, PJD6230 and PJD6240, where all three will offer a greater degree of portability with different levels of brightness to suit just about any situation, ranging from the classroom to a traveling salesman who needs to make impromptu presentations while on the road, wherever the potential customers are.

Known as the 62 Series projectors, all three models will feature a native resolution of 1,024 x 768, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio and a brightness of 2,300 (PJD6220), 2,700 (PJD6230) and 3,200 (PJD6240) lumens that help deliver sharp images and natural color no matter where the projector is, even in sunny classrooms. All three models will also feature two 5-watt, built-in speakers, while connectivity options include RGB, composite and S-Video input. ViewSonic also has the interests of the hearing impaired in mind as it features a closed captioning function.

To provide convenience and easy maintenance, the 62 Series features a built-in RJ-45 jack that provides network connectivity and technical support remote diagnosis. This lets corporate and educational IT personnel remotely manage the projectors so professors and business professionals can focus on their delivery, not the projector. The projectors are designed for table-top use or can be easily mounted on the ceiling. With a conveniently placed lamp and easy air filter access, users can make changes simply. Additionally, the Eco Mode function provides power efficiency by reducing fan noise output, which in-turn extends lamp life up to 4,000 hours.

Prices start from $899 upwards, and all purchases come with a three-year limited warranty.

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