NEC Unveils its Latest Portable Projector with 3D-Ready Technology
This is another 3D-Ready portable projector based on DLP technology developed by Texas Instrument. The new NEC’s NP216 DLP projector comes with dual VGA inputs, by proving multiple inputs which eliminates the hassle of alternating between computer source from one input. Additionally, it comes with improved RS-232 and RJ45 connections for advanced control and asset management.
The latest DLP Link technology by Texas Instrument on this newly developed projector offers clients with the ability of projecting 3D images. The average lamp life has been extended to 5000 hours, thank to its ECO Mode technology, by lowering the power consumption to 210W (0.7W in stnadby mode). Furthermore, the new power management allows the projector to turn off automatically when an incoming signal is not detected on any of the inputs, plus its quick start of 3 to 4 seconds as well as shutdown technology provide an immediate use and power off functionality, eliminating a cooling off period. The new projector comes with a native resolution of 1024 x 768 x XGA, high contrast images of 2000:1 ratio, brightness of up to 2500 ANSI lumens, audio out and built-in 7W speaker, AV mute and video image freeze and built-in wall color correction presents to name a few.