Projector manufacturer InFocus has been highlighting some of the features of two of its newest models, particularly their stacking capabilities.
The IN5122 and IN5124, part of the IN5120 series, can be placed on top of each other to act as a single dual lamp projector, creating an increase in light output to an impressive 8,000 lumens.
Stacking the projectors also provides improved image quality and 3D passive stereo projection.
These features could prove very useful for presentations in larger rooms or those with difficult light conditions.
The IN5120 series projectors are made with three indents on the top of their cabinets and have feet which are designed to connect with the indents.
The series has also been equipped with a range of image adjustment features in an effort to ensure that images can be aligned perfectly when stacked with other projectors.
Both the IN5122 and IN5124 offer 4,000 ANSI lumens and a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. The only major difference between the two projectors is that they have XGA (1024 x 768) and WXGA (1280 x 800) resolutions, respectively.
The projectors also have inorganic LCD display chips, which help improve their life span and image quality.