View Projector Details Most projectors sold for business these days are high-lumen, low-contrast, low-resolution products. Most projectors sold for home theater are low-lumen, high-contrast, high-resolution products. It has the high lumens and relatively low contrast of a business projector, and is indeed tailored to the presentation market. But it has a native x pixel matrix and high-quality 1.
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Please Contact Us if you would like to know when we are expecting more stock. Description With true-to-source reproduction and ultra-wide screen, the FDU brings the super clarity and brilliance of p projection to the classroom, boardroom and conference room. Luminous high brightness, high quality features and design, superior usability and Mitsubishi reliability make the DLP projector ideal for any presentation.
Silent 29dBA Operation in low mode lets your audience hear your presentation clearly Loud 10W built-in speaker eliminates the need for an external speaker DLP Projector with High Brightness, High Contrast With levels of high brightness at lm and high contrast at , you are assured an excellent performance in large meeting rooms and conference halls. The specially calibrated lens increases projection distance 1.
Sharp, brilliant images make this p projector the ideal choice for presentations in large venues. Built-in Convenience and Simplicity The FDU mobile projector is thoughtfully designed to simplify your presentations with easy operation and low maintenance features.
A top-loading lamp makes lamp replacement easy and you never need to move the entire projector to put in a new lamp. Features like an estimated 5,hr lamp life when used in low mode and filter-free, air-tight construction minimize maintenance.
High quality features and components optimize the operation experience.
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