Hitachi have successfully showcased their brand-new technology during this year’s ISE convention.
After a successful 2016, where Hitachi launched the world’s first range of 3,500 lumen LED projectors, the firm returned in 2017 to demonstrate a new powerful range of high-end projectors set to join their growing solid-light-source (SLS) lineup.
During the event, Hitachi allowed ISE 2017 attendees the opportunity to take a look at their new LP-WU6600 projector, which delivers 6,000 lumens of brightness via lamp-free technology for a clear result in any application.
Visitors to the convention also learned about the device’s 360 degree installation options, as well as its impressive 20,000 hour system life, which provides continuous projection at a lower cost and with reduced maintenance compared with competitors’ products.
Hitachi also took the opportunity to introduce the CP-WX5506M and CP-WU5506M projectors, which are part of the firm’s growing 5,000 series installation range designed for education settings and large venues.
Designed to provide easy wireless control via mobile devices, the projectors feature built-in blending and warping capabilities, scheduling and high-tech security options, making them ideal for use in public spaces.
Alongside their new projectors, the experts on the ISE 2017 Hitachi stand introduced attendees to their expanding Interactive Flat Panel Display (IFPD) range, including a brand new 75 inch and Ultra High Definition 84 inch 4K IFPD.
“2016 has seen Hitachi DMG go from strength to strength. With continuous growth and expansion of a powerful and innovative projector and visual display range,” said Axel Kutschke, Senior Manager for Hitachi Digital Media Group.
“2017 is going to be an exciting year for Hitachi and we are looking forward to showing our commitment to providing the customer with added value.”