NEC announced its new P series projectors for entry-grade integration environments such as corporate boardrooms, higher education classrooms and government training rooms. Three models will be released, the P350X and P350W with 3500 lumens and the P420X with 4200 lumens.
NEC’s new projectors provide dynamic images under normal ambient lighting condition and offer enhanced connectivity, including HDMI, dual VGA inputs, USB, Ethernet LAN port. The P350X and P420X has XGA native resolution while the P350W has widescreen WXGA resolution. Their lamp and filer offers up to 5000 hours of lamp life.
Other features include vertical lens shift; USB Viewer allows users to present without the use of a computer by displaying images stored as .jpgs from an optional USB memory; Autosense that syncs the projector with most computer signals; DICOM Simulation that enables users in medical environments to display accurate diagnostic images and built-in 10-watt speaker. Their built-in software features include wall color correction, automatic keystone correction, carbon savings meter, Virtual Remote and closed captioning for ease of installation.
Coming in February, the P350X, P350W and P420X are priced at $1,649, $1,799 and $1,999, respectively.