The new IN1100 Series and INL3100 Series are built for mobility and ideal for business and education applications
Projector manufacturer InFocus Corporation has today (January 29), unveiled two new models to its portfolio – the LED IN1100 Series and the laser INL3100 Series – along with the new IN119HDG projector ideal for business and education applications.
“We’re expanding our projector repertoire with new, more powerful, and longer-lasting models to suit even more spaces and applications,” said InFocus Product Manager Dave Duncan. “The IN1100 Series, INL3100 Series, and the IN119HDG were designed to provide the high-quality images our customers expect from InFocus, with configurations and connectivity that fit many installations.”
The IN1100 Series and INL3100 Series feature a solid-state mercury-free design with, it claims, virtually no colour decay for images and a 30,000-hour light source. The IN1100 Series can wirelessly share users’ content using the PC-less on-board document viewer with QuadView via an included wireless adapter, as well as enjoy AirPlay and MiraCast support.
The IN1100 Series ultra-portable projectors include the IN1156 and IN1188HD models that are built for mobility: At 4.4 pounds, the models are suited to business travellers and those taking their presentations on the road. IN1100 Series projectors feature a 3,000-lumen display and a 150,000:1 contrast ratio. For meeting and conference spaces, INL3100 Series models INL3148HD and INL3149WU provide bright, long-lasting images at 5,000 lumens with a versatile ratio and giant 1.6x zoom plus manual vertical lens shift. The INL3148HD offers full 1080p HD and the INL3149WU offers wide UXGA resolution. Built-in pass-through allows speakers to be connected externally, or users can use HDBaseT connectivity for simultaneous video and audio playback.
The IN119HDG is designed to be compact and lightweight for easy setup on virtually any surface, ideal for presentations, classrooms, and more. It offers full 1920×1080 native HD resolution with a lamp life of up to 15,000 hours, and works from a variety of sources, including HDMI Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) as well as PCs, Blu-Ray, Xbox, and PlayStation, which can also be used to display 3D content using 144Hz Link 3D glasses (sold separately). Users can customize hue, saturation, and gains adjustment settings to perfect their image, or choose from pre-set picture modes ensuring quality images on any surface, including Presentation, Bright, Movie, 4sRGB, and Blackboard.