B-STOCK EIP-4200 with 1 Year Factory Warranty. XGA 1024 x 768 Res., 4,200 ANSI; in excellent condition
|Condition||Excellent / Few Scratches|
|Year||Call for Age|
KEY FEATURES: Model EIP-4200
4200 ANSI Lumens, 95% uniformity, up to 2500:1 contrast ratio.
True XGA resolution. WSXGA+ through VGA and MAC compatible.
Smart data compression / expansion, and video scaling.
DVI-I input supports digital data, plus digital video w/HDCP.
Accepts Composite, S, and Component Video, both 4:3 and 16:9.
Compatible with HD input resolution up to 1080p.
Convenient manual zoom (1.15x) and focus lens.
Built-in image offset. Vertical digital keystone correction.
Power Management and Eco mode help prolong lamp life.
Selectable menu position and timeout. Auto input selection.
Closed Captioning. Wireless Remote Control.
3 Year Projector Warranty!
Quick Setup Guide.
Owner's manual on CD.
AC Power Cord. Lens Cover.
VGA-type Computer Input Cable (Dsub-15~Dsub15).
Component Video Input Cable (Dsub15~3-RCA).
Wireless Remote Control and Batteries (2 x AA).
Mouse Cable (USB-A~USB-B).
Ceiling Post and Plate.
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