NEC Display Solutions Adds Three Digital Models To M Series Short-throw Projectors

SINGAPORE, July 17 (Bernama) -- NEC Asia Pacific (NEC APAC), a leading provider of commercial LCD display and projector solutions, announced three new M Short Throw Series digital projectors - the 3000-lumen M302WS, 3300-lumen M332XS and 3500-lumen M352WS models.

The M Short Throw series brings the projector closer to the whiteboard, eliminating shadows and glare, so students can focus on learning, the company said in a statement here Thursday.

Using the latest DLP technology from Texas Instruments, the M302WS, M332XS and M352WS models deliver high contrast images (10,000:1), are filter free, and have 0.6:1 and 0.48:1 throw ratios, respectively.

Commenting on the new models, Vincent Koh, President of Multimedia Product Platform Unit said the M Series had established itself as a formidable projector family over the last three years, and the M300WS, M332XS and M352WS models enhance that reputation.

"Accommodating standard and widescreen needs, M Short Throw Series projectors deliver bright images to interactive screens and whiteboards from less than three feet away," he added.

The eco-conscious features in the M Short Throw Series include ECO Mode technology, which increases lamp life up to 8000 hours, while lowering power consumption, as well as quick start (3 to 4 seconds) and auto power on via the RGB input connector.

Remote diagnostics enable the user to monitor and make adjustments to the projectors from afar.

The M Series portable projectors also boast the ability to transmit images from computers, tablets and smart phones using DisplayNote and NEC's own Wireless Image Utility.

Singapore-based NEC APAC is the regional headquarters for NEC Corporation in the Asia Pacific region.

NEC APAC develops solutions on carrier network, global identity, RFID, enterprise server, unified communications, multimedia display, and contact centre, as well as provide outsourcing and managed services.


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