Digital Projection To Announce New Products At ISE 2017

Digital Projection has announced the launch of five near solid-state projectors, which are set to be unveiled at ISE 2017 in February.

One of the most highly anticipated projectors to be released by the firm this year is the INSIGHT Dual Laser 27,000 lumen solid-state projector, which is a first-of-its-kind, true 4K projector. The device also offers a native contrast of 2,000:1 and promises 20,000 hours of maintenance-free operation to make it one of the standout devices in its market. The dual laser is also 3D capable, and offers dual-flash processing and dark time insertion to provide greater flexibility when displaying a 3D image.

Also on display at ISE 2017 will be the new HIGHlite Laser 4K-UHD projector, which is a three-chip DLP device offering 12,500 lumens of brightness and a contrast ratio of 2,000:1. Extending the manufacturer’s already successful HIGHlite series, the device also boasts built-in UHD video processing to take its 3D image to the next level.

Two new models will also be launched as part of the 3D-capable E-Vision range, including the E-Vision Laser 4K-UHD model. A single chip DLP device, the projector delivers 7,500 lumens of brightness combined with 4K resolution. Potential owners can choose between an option with a contrast ration of 6,000:1 or a separate high contrast device with a ratio of 20,000:1.

The second E-Vision device, the E-Vision Laser 10K, adds even more brightness to the range, delivering an impressive 10,500 lumens at WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolution. This versatile projector also offers warranty of up to 20,000 hours, which combines with the lamp-free technology to provide a low-maintenance option.

The brand new Mercury Quad is another addition to this year’s Digital Projection stand, and will be demonstrating its award-winning, lamp-based TITAN projection system. A flagship for the company, this landmark model has had an upgrade to deliver a more modern aesthetic and the capacity to deliver 20,000 lumens of brightness.

Finally, Digital Projection will show off its new M-Vision Laser 15K projector, which is a single chip DLP projector with an amazing 15,000 lumens brightness and a contrast ratio of 10,000:1. This new device is ideal for those requiring large imaging solutions on a budget, and will deliver immersive images while cutting through ambient light.

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