InFocus launches new projector series23 November 2016
InFocus has expanded its projector portfolio to include the IN2120x series of network-enabled models for offices and classrooms.
The IN2120x series, which consists of the IN2124x, IN2126x, and IN2128HDx, combines 3D-capable picture quality with rich sound, high brightness and strong contrasts. The optional LightCast key also enables the user to control presentations wirelessly from mobile devices.
The three models offer image quality and brightness up to 4,200 lumens, as well as six-segment colour wheel and BrilliantColor DLP imaging. Even under difficult conditions, such as brightly lit rooms or with open blinds, the projectors are designed to provide sharp focus and brilliant white.
The series is equipped with integrated 10W loudspeakers, which guarantee high quality sound for conference halls and classrooms. The loudspeakers can also be supported by a subtitling function for greater intelligibility and better learning. The remotely-controllable dimmer function, ‘eco blanking’, enables you to ensure that the audience in the meeting room or the pupils in the classroom give the lecturer their full attention. Activating this function can increase the lamp life to as much as 5,000 hours.
With the optional LightCast key, the projectors permit the wireless display of screen contents from any Android, Windows, Chrome OS or Apple iOS/OSX device. The built-in 4GB memory allows the user to transfer a variety of documents, films or photos to the projector beforehand and then run their presentation directly from this integrated memory, without any need for a PC.
All three models are 3D-ready and possess an HDMI interface that enables them to process a whole range of different (3D) signal sources such as PCs, Blu-rays or DVDs. The projectors also have two video inputs (composite video and S-video), two VGA inputs and one serial (RS232) and one network (RJ45) interface. These also allow either model to be connected at any time to a room control system such as Crestron, AMX and SPcontrols.