NEC Display Solutions of America has announced two new ultra-short-throw projectors, the UM351W and UM361X models. The units are created to enrich the classroom learning experience while improving the ability of business professionals to collaborate on projects and to meet the increasing challenges of a digital, mobile economy.
The UM Series projectors come with integrated audio system and 20w speakers and both horizontal and vertical keystone correction tools to give greater flexibility in mounting the projectors and confidence the image will fit the screen every time.
A Dedicated HDMI/MHL power will allow you to easily connect smart devices to the projector while a second HDMI port allows for even more connections. The brightness levels of 3500 and 3600 lumens respectively allow for a better images display, even in higher ambient lit areas.
The models also include table top projection capabilities, which allow images to be projected on a table or other work surface for easier collaboration. In addition, NEC’s new NP03Wi auto calibration interactive whiteboard kit, available separately or bundled with the projectors, includes two wireless pens for annotation but supports up to 256 separate pens. Coupled with DisplayNote software, the projectors deliver complete collaboration between a mobile device and the interactive surface.
The UM351W and UM361X projectors are available now at an estimated street price of $1,369 and $1,149, respectively. Each model ships with a 2-year limited warranty. The NP03Wi system includes two wireless pens, and is now available in the UM351Wi-WK and UM361Xi-WK projectors at an estimated street price of $1,899 and $1,699, respectively.
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