NEC Display Solutions introduces new P series projectors


Sometimes poor image quality rendered by projectors can turn out to be a real damper during interesting lectures or idea presentations. All those on the hunt for good quality projectors can take a look at the new P series projectors launched by NEC. The P350X, P350W and P420X are intended for entry-grade integration environments such as classrooms, business boardrooms and government training rooms.

The line of projectors provides users with heightened connectivity and brightness levels. Under normal lighting conditions, the P350X or P350W offer 3,500 lumens in XGA and WXGA resolutions respectively. The P420X model delivers 4,200 lumens in XGA resolution. In order to make wireless connections simpler, networking features like Windows Remote Desktop, Image Express Lite, Windows Network Projector and Office File Viewer are employed. Each of the devices utilize ECO Mode technology to extend lamp and filter life by up to 5,000 hours and the filter needs no changing until the lamp runs out.

“We have included features in this projector series that not only exceed the needs of education and corporate users but enhance the user experience with practical and easy-to-use functionality,” explained Rich McPherson, Product Manager of projectors for NEC. “The P Series provides users with everything they need from built-in technologies and extended connectivity to energy-saving features and advanced networking capabilities.”

Some of the software attributes are automatic keystone correction, wall color correction, Virtual Remote, carbon savings meter and closed captioning for trouble-free installation. Users can mute the video and audio, lower brightness, start and power-off the projector with minimum trouble. Projectors in the P series are compatible with Windows Vista and Windows 7 OS. Each one exhibits dual PC, USB and HDMI ports, while the optional USB memory enables users to present images stored as .jpgs in the absence of a PC. The Image Express Lite or Image Express 2.0 utility allows wireless transmission of an image to the gadget. Lastly, Virtual Remote (DDC/CI) which aids direct wireless handling of the projector from a PC.

The P350X, P350W and P420X will be made available for an estimated price of $1,649, $1,799 and $1,999, respectively in the month of February.

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