Casio intends to bring projectors for gamers
Gamers have always wanted nothing but the very best that they can buy, and this would include monitors. Some gamers are fortunate enough to be able to afford multiple screen setups, while others are perfectly happy with a single large display. Regardless, you will never be able to obtain the viewing size of a projector, and Casio has just the thing for those who would want to enjoy a big screen gaming experience without having to burn a hole in their pockets.
Regardless of the kind of video game genre that you like to indulge in, ranging from a MMORPG to a First Person Shooter, or even a Real Time Strategy title, all of those are instantly a whole lot more enjoyable when you see it on the large screen (or as far as your living room wall is able to accommodate).
Joe Gillio, Senior Director Strategic Planning and Marketing, Casio’s Business Projector Division, has this to say, “In the gaming industry, it’s clear that enthusiasts are passionate about creating a complete experience to truly immerse themselves in the game. We want to ensure that gamers are able to have great visuals and Casio projectors, such as our new XJ-F210WN, are the ideal tools due to their innovative features, bright images and affordable price.”
The Casio XJ-F210WN will be part of the award-winning Advanced Series line of projectors, where it will boast of the entire slew of features and performance that have made Casio’s customers happy all this while. The Casio XJ-F210WN will arrive in a compact form factor, not to mention at a more affordable price point to boot. It will be powered by Casio’s LampFree technology, which means you no longer have to scratch your head or worry about replacing expensive and hazardous mercury lamps, making each purchase more cost effective and safer for the environment.
Not only that, the XJ-F210WN will also boast of a 20,000-hour estimated operating life and consumes half the amount of power per unit compared to traditional lamp-based projectors. So far, power consumption at the brightest setting is only 180 watts and eco modes will be able to further reduce power consumption by up to 50%. In addition, its dust resistant design is made possible by structuring the internal components into a trio of blocks so that it can shield the optical block from dust.
This WXGA model will achieve its maximum brightness in as fast as five seconds from the time it is turned on, and can be powered off immediately with just a touch of the button. A couple of HDMI terminals as well as a USB power supply round off its connectivity options. Any takers?