NEC brings a new professional installation projector, the PNP-PX750U designed for large venues requiring exceptional brightness, such as houses of worship, higher education, corporate and retail environments where there is high ambient light or the need for a larger screen size. The new projector is the first model in NEC’s projector line to offer Open Pluggable Specification (OPS), which is the first industry-wide standardization in option slots, including an HD/SD-SDI and single board computer (SBC), to simplify installation, use and maintenance while offering input flexibility.
Utilizing 1-chip DLP technology, the NP-PX750U features 1900×1200 WUXGA resolution, 7500 lumens brightness with dual lamps, 2100:1 contrast ratio, and Integrated Device Technology HQV high-performance video processing and scaling system for superior image quality. The projector offers HDMI, DisplayPort, D-sub and S-video inputs. It features center lens design for ease in retrofitting existing installations and an electronic lens shutter. The projector’s stacking correction capability allows up to four projectors to be stacked vertically or horizontally to boost the image brightness up to 30,000 lumens.
The NEC PX750U supports Windows Network Projector, Windows Remote Desktop, Windows Network Drive and Media Connection functions. It also features DICOM similation, cornerstone correction, geometric correction, edge blending technology, PIP/side-by-side and USB Viewer function that allows users to present without the use of a computer by displaying images stored as .jpgs from an USB storage device. You can expect integrated Ethernet LAN port as well.
Coming in early September 2011, NEC’s PX750U is priced at $14,999 (without lens).