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Optoma launches new business projectors
Optoma has just launched two new business projectors that can be managed and monitored easily over a network.
The lightweight and portable W350 and X350 business projectors are perfect for installing in company meeting rooms or for taking to external meetings in their handy carry bag.
The projectors’ networking capabilities make it easy to manage these remotely via the RJ45. Compatible RoomView software can be used to power on/off, monitor, manage and control up to 250 projectors at the same time from any computer.
Optoma projectors use DLP technology which ensures the projectors retain their out-of-the-box image quality and brightness throughout their lifetime and, as there are no filters to remove and clean, they need no maintenance.
Nick Price Optoma’s territory manager, said: “The new projectors differ in terms of resolution, brightness and throw ratio but both have a low overall cost of ownership and have the excellent networking functionality. The easy maintenance and remote management functionality are especially important for our corporate customers who may have a dozen or more projectors to monitor and maintain. These models form part of our business range, which also includes the new X402 and W402 projectors, launched last month.”
These bright widescreen and XGA models produce vibrant, natural looking images due to the built-in BrilliantColor multi-colour processing technology. They have a powerful 10W speaker, Full 3D technology and can be easily connected via a HDMI cable to give a clear projected image with sound.
The impressively long lamp life and energy-saving features both contribute to a low overall cost of ownership.
The remote control with laser pointer will help presenters keep the attention of their audience and there is the added benefit of using the optional wireless features of the WPS wireless adapter (sold separately). This allows businesses to connect and display presentations wirelessly from a laptop, PC or mobile device.
10th March 2015
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