Hitachi Australia has announced a new addition to its range of short throw LCD projectors. The CP-DW10N can produce an 88-inch widescreen image when mounted only 95.3 centimetres from the surface.
According to Hitachi, this new model is the ideal choice for both educational and corporate purposes, due to its short throw technology and affordable price.
Bill Christoforou, product manager, digital presentations solutions division, Hitachi Australia, commented on the new release.
“This latest addition introduces widescreen functionality to Hitachi Australia’s range of short throw LCD projectors, allowing for easy integration especially with notebook presentations,” he said.
“We have made a commitment to providing the industry with the latest in projector advancements, and the CP-DW10N allows schools and businesses to experience the convenience of short throw technology with the extra benefits of the wide projected image.”
The CP-DW10N has a WXGA resolution of 1280 x 800 and a messenger function to transmit text to other projectors in the network. In addition to this it also features a Network Bridge function to keep installation and cabling costs down, due to the fact that commands can be sent through the projector’s LAN port and passed on to another device when connected to the RS-232C output.
Security functions are also a high priority with a pin lock to limit the number of users with access to the projectors information and My Screen which identifies the owner by allowing users to personalise the design of the background.
The Hitachi CP-DW10N is available now for a RRP of $2,350 at A Brighter Image and ASI Solutions.