Combining rich color 3LCD imaging technology, XGA resolution, and a short throw optical system, here's a Classroom or Meeting Room projector that delivers maximum picture in minimum space, with Interactive White Board Features
2,600 ANSI lumens bright with 85% uniformity and a 500:1 contrast ratio.
Native XGA resolution. Compatible with inputs up-to UXGA and WSXGA+.
Supports analog and digital video input in all color standards up-to 1080p.
3 panel LCD imaging delivers a rich, color-saturated picture.
8-bit color processing yields a 16.7 million color palette.
Short throw, fixed focal length lens with manual focus.
Fixed image offset. Vertical digital keystone correction.
Accepts composite, component, and S-Video in all major standards.
Built-in 8 Watt amplifier. Closed Caption decoding.
Built-in wired LAN connection for projector monitoring and control.
Long lamp life: up-to to 6,000 hours.
Kensington security slot. Optional local or remote keylock.
Compact and lightweight design. Blackboard and colorboard modes.
3 year/6000 hrs. (whichever comes first) projector warranty.
Included Accessories: Quick Start Guide, Owner's Manual on CD-ROM, Power Cord, Network Software on CD-ROM, VGA Computer Input Cable (Dsub15 to Dsub15), Wireless Remote Control (with 2 AAA Batteries), Lens Cover, USB Cable.
Interactive Accessories: Black Baton, Black Light Pen, 2 AAA Batteries, 2 AA Batteries, Soft Bag for Accessories.
Optional Accessories: Replacement Lamp, Replacement Air Filter, Ceiling Mount Post & Plate.
Eiki video / computer projectors are found in classrooms, training rooms, conference rooms, boardrooms, houses of worship, auditoriums, theaters, entertainment technology applications, digital signage installations ... anywhere high quality digital imaging is needed. For expert advice and the presentation resources you need, talk to your EIKI Dealer ... the "pro" in video projectors!
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