InFocus releases new digital projectors for conference rooms and classrooms
InFocus is a name that most people would associate with digital projection technology, and the company has just released a new range of digital projectors that will come with features which make them the ideal candidates for business and education markets. First of all, the IN3900 series will merge signature InFocus technologies for ease of use, full connectivity and superior image quality alongside LiteBoard. For the uninitiated (including myself), LiteBoard is an interactive solution that turns digitally projected content into a collaborative workspace.
Being the watershed device where LiteBoard-ready projectors are concerned, the IN3900 series will increase yet another level of interactivity to digital displays, enabling users to annotate, append and highlight projected content wirelessly via an optional LiteBoard Wand. Presenters also have the choice of projecting their file(s) of choice sans a PC as long as they have a USB flash drive stuck into an available USB port on the projector itself, accompanied by the InFocus LitePort. Capable of hitting a maximum brightness of 3,000 lumens, the IN3900 series will also feature native resolutions of up to WXGA, and DLP technology with the InFocus BrilliantColor enhancement to deliver vivid, true-to-life colors and industry-leading picture quality. Other features include embedded networking, RS232 control and a built-in web browser, allowing full projector management over any network.
Meant to be extremely flexible, the IN3900 series will boast a host of connectivity options that will include standard analog VGA and HDMI 1.3, wireless-ready support for InFocus LiteShow II for multiple users over a standard Wi-Fi connection and even InFocus DisplayLink Wireless for point-to-point connectivity over Ultra-wideband (UWB). This new series will come in the form of the InFocus IN3902 (XGA, 1024 X 768 resolution) and IN3904 (WXGA, 1280 X 800 resolution). Pricing details might vary from shop to shop, so do check with your local dealer if you’re interested in picking one up.