InFocus releases four new projectors for InfoComm 2016

InFocus releases four new projectors for InfoComm 2016
InFocus releases four new projectors for InfoComm 2016
Infocus Corporation, a leader in projection and collaboration tools, has announced four brand new projectors. These are to improve and set new standards for flexibility, power, performance and wireless connectivity, according to the company.

Each projector is equipped with short-throw lenses, as well as embedded storage units. The new models also come with InFocus LightCast technology, which enables the projectors to cast via AirPlay, Miracast or ChromeCast straight from a user's smartphone, tablet or laptop device. The new technology also allows built-in whiteboard tools to be used, and is said to improve collaboration between multiple devices.

The first of the new bunch, the IN2120x network projector, offers up to 4,200 lumens of brightness, as well as 1080p native resolution, 3D capabilities and HDMI and VGA connectivity, which makes these projectors perfect for both conference rooms and classrooms alike. The IN2120x projectors also increase the overall effectiveness and visibility of presentations, further enabling better collaboration.

Next up, the IN5148HD is a large-venue projector. It offers a full 1080p high-definition resolution and projects 5,000 lumens of brightness. In addition, it comes with motorised lens shifting, which allows a 2:1 zoom and enables shifting, focusing and zooming. The slightly upgraded IN5148HDLC model also comes with LightCast for wireless casting capabilities.

High-quality audio is a primary focus for the new IN120x Series, which includes the IN124x and IN126x with 1080p HD resolution. These projectors are ideal for classrooms as each model projects up to 4,000 lumens of brightness with audio that is said to be exceptional for filling entire rooms comfortably.

Finally, InFocus has added LightCast technology to its IN1110 projectors. The IN1116LC comes with 4GB memory and a USB port, which enables users to leave their laptops behind and easily present on the go. It's a compact, and lightweight projector and, thanks to LightCast, can now enable wireless content sharing.

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