NEC introduces two new professional installation projectors, the NP-PX700W and NP-PX800W designed for large auditoriums and 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. Both projectors are based on 1-Chip DLP technology and comes with dual lamps that provide intense light output, with up to 2500 hours of lamp life.
The NP-PX700W and NP-PX800W delivers 1280×800 resolution and 1024×768 resolution, respectively, and both of them provide 2100:1 contrast ratio, up to 8000 lumens of brightness. The projectors is equipped with Integrated Device Technology HQV, a high-performance video processing and scaling system,for users to present with superior image quality using the technology’s pixel-based, motion-adaptive de-interlacing to remove undesirable motion artifacts. They have center lens design for ease in retrofitting existing installations and features lens memory that controls the lens attributes (zoom, focus, lens shift) based on input resolution and input selection. You can also find cornerstone correction that helps display the image properly when the projector is set up at an angle to the screen, geometric correction that allows the projector to display square-looking images on cylindrical, spherical or cornered screens as well as edge blending technology, which creates panoramic images with multiple projectors.
NEC’s PX700W and PX800W include HDMI, DisplayPort, three analog computer inputs, composite and S-Video inputs, and have Open Pluggable Specification option slot, including an HD/SD SDI input card and SBC. The new professional projector have USB viewer function for users to show JPEG images from USB external storage device. They support Windows Network Projector, Windows Remote Desktop and Windows Network Drive and Media Connection functions.
The NEC NP-PX700W and NP-PX800W will be available this month for $8799 and $8689, respectively (without lens).