A new range of projectors produced by Mitsubishi includes two models capable of projecting from the cloud directly from a server, without the need for a computer.
The four mobile models in the T-Series have been designed for education and business. The TW21U and TX20U Cloud Projectors display straight from the user’s server, while the TW11U and TX210U are more traditional in function.
Mitsubishi Electric product manager Wayne Kozuki said: "Each new projector fits a particular niche for our customers. While there are similarities between them, there are key differences in resolution, brightness and connectivity that meet specific needs of educators and presenters alike."
The company has designed the products to offer different standards in brightness, sound quality and energy efficiency, depending on the needs of the user.
Each comes equipped with a long lasting lamp, providing a typical 6,000 hours in the low-mode setting. In addition, all four models feature a quiet fan, designed so the audience can clearly hear the user’s commentary.
Mitsubishi Electric’s vice president of marketing, James Chan, said: "When you factor in price for performance, plus one of the best warranties in the industry, the new T-Series projectors are sure to be a hit."