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INFOCOMM: NEC announces stackable projectors

CHICAGO — NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading stand-alone provider of commercial LCD displays and projectors, announced today the NP3250, NP3250W, NP2250 and NP1250 digital installation projectors. Packed with power and a full lineup of features, these NP Installation Series models can take on demanding integration projects in corporate boardrooms, education lecture halls and public display environments.

The NP Installation Series projectors can be seen at InfoComm 09 (NEC Display Solutions booth No. 5001) this week at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.

The four new NEC NP Installation Series projectors deliver high-tech performance with a variety of advanced features that create flexibility for enhanced usage. Bright enough for most applications, the projectors display images up to 5,000 lumens. Users also may take advantage of the stacking capability, enabling up to four projectors to boost an image’s brightness up to 20,000 lumens, which is ideal for larger-sized screens and environments with heavy ambient light. This feature also prevents the complete loss of an image, which can happen when using only one projector.

The NP3250, NP3250W, NP2250 and NP1250 are equipped with Integrated Device Technology HQV processing, a high-performance video processing/scaling system designed for computer signals, as well as standard or high-definition video. The vertical and horizontal lens shift feature and optional quick-mount (bayonet style) lenses allow flexible projector placement to suit the needs of the room, creating a screen size from 40 inches to 500 inches.

The projectors include new features built into the Windows platform, such as Windows Network Drive Function, which displays images from a Windows Shared folder using the Viewer Function, and Windows Media Connect Functionality, which utilizes the Viewer Function to view Windows Media Connect Server over the network. Additionally, the projectors take advantage of Windows Network Projector functionality within Windows Vista via the wireless adapter or integrated RJ45 without the need for additional proprietary software. USB connection for a mouse and keyboard allow desktop control when the projector is connected via Windows Remote Desktop via a wired/wireless network connection. Remote diagnostics enable the administrator to monitor and make adjustments to the projector via the network remotely.