Hitachi Australia has just announced a series of new products including a projector that can be networked to multiple other projectors, as well as a new interactive display to add to its extensive range of digital presentation solutions.
The CP-X3010N LCD projector is the latest in Hitachi’s line-up and it can be connected to multiple projectors in other rooms through a LAN Network Connection and allows the user to control all devices from a single remote.
The CP-X3010N features a brightness of 3,000 Lumens, a 2000:1 contrast ration, 16-watt built-in audio and a long lamp life of 3,000 hours.
Bill Christoforou, product manager, Digital Presentations Solutions Division said, “The Hitachi CP-X3010N projector brings networking functionality to applications such as education and corporate environments, where the ability to monitor and manage multiple projectors is often required”.
“With this projector, Hitachi has addressed the increased demand for networking technology with tools that lower the total cost of ownership as a result of added convenience, security and ease of operation.”
As well as the new projector, Hitachi is also keen to promote its new Starboard T-19WX Interactive Display. The new model is a widescreen, pen driven, WXGA resolution 19-inch tablet that works collaboratively with the Hitachi suite of presentation tools.
The T-19WX features the latest in tablet technology, eight customisable software shortcuts, wireless pen, handwriting recognition capabilities, adjustable tilt stand, VESA mount and a 16:10 aspect ratio.
“The T-19WX is perfect for schools and businesses looking for a simple and exciting presentation tool,” said James Burke, StarBoard products specialist, Hitachi Australia.
“Those who desire the functionality of a full-size interactive whiteboard, but do not have the space or budget, now have an economical solution that will meet their needs.”