NEC Display Solutions has added a wide-format XGA model to its projector line-up.
Available immediately, the NP500W has an extensive feature set making it well suited to the education market and smaller businesses, according to NEC.
The desktop model has a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels, and supports input from VGA, DVI-I digital video, RCA phono or S-Video. It can also be connected to a network and controlled via a PC using the supplied Control Utility software.
The new projector has a Quickstart function that lets users get up and running in a claimed eight seconds from power up, and the device automatically recognises the input signal. An integrated 7W speaker allows for sound output, and the NP500W has an ultra-bright 3,000 ANSI lumens light source.
Included in the £775 street price is an infrared remote control unit and carrying case, and NEC adds an extended three-year lamp guarantee for education customers.
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