The LX1200 (pictured) is suitable for rental staging applications, boardrooms, education facilities and houses of worship. Featuring XGA (1024 x 768) resolution, it is said to be a high-brightness, low-cost projector providing high-quality imagery and contrast. Brighter and more advanced than its predecessor, the Christie LX1200 utilises 4DColor technology that incorporates a fourth (yellow) LCD panel, delivering vibrant colours to presentations.
The LHD700 is a 7,000-lumen Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution projector utilising a single lamp and 4DColor technology. It is said to be ideal for auditoriums, corporate boardrooms, government, higher education, houses of worship, and fixed and rental staging requiring native HD content, high-resolution data and high brightness. With optional input slots, the Christie LHD700 supports additional video signals including HD-SDI, or a network input card for control and asset management.
Both the LX1200 and LHD700 come with a three-year warranty and ship in the fourth quarter of 2011.