Midwich will be distributing Casio’s two new WXGA projectors when they are released in June.
The XJ-H2600 and the XJ-H2650, with a brightness of 3,500 ANSI lumens, will be the latest addition to Casio’s line-up of projectors featuring a mercury-free light source with a 20,000-hour lifespan.
Casio pioneered the production of the first projector to use the lamp-free laser and LED hybrid light source in April 2010, achieving high brightness performance without the use of a high-pressure mercury lamp. Casio’s laser and LED technology claims a light source life of 20,000 hours, which reduces maintenance and cuts operating costs, while achieving maximum brightness in as little as five seconds from start-up.
According to Midwich, the powerful output and consistent image of the XJ-H2600 and the XJ-H2650, together with added connectivity, make them well-suited for projecting to larger audiences. The new projectors will come with added features including customised logo at start-up, security function to prevent unauthorised access, energy-saving intelligent brightness control and 3D projection function.