NEC Display Solutions of America has released the NC1100L Digital Cinema projector, aimed at those using projection booths in addition to public buildings, university theatres, mobile cinemas and art houses.
The leading projector solutions firm, which also provides commercial LCD displays, has been proudly showing off it's latest release at CinemaCon, held at the world-famous Caesars Palace.
The projector, the latest model in the company's Digital Cinema Projector Series, employs a laser-light source to offer excellent bright images on screens up to an impressive 36 feet. It's innovation lies in the fact that there has never been a Cinema-Compliant projector utilising a built-in light source before.
Its impressive features aside, such as its versatile connectivity, one of the key strengths of NEC's latest model lies is in its accessibility and ease-of-use.
NEC's Product Manager for Projectors, Rich McPherson, said: “We’re excited that exhibitors will now be able to take advantage of the NC1100L’s many advantages, including reliability, no downtime, and almost 20,000 hours of lifetime, resulting in a lower total cost of ownership.”
McPherson went on to emphasise the opportunities that now exist for exhibitors who use non-conventional venues and a small projector screen to make a long-lasting impressions upon visitors.