Mitsubishi Electric has announced that it is to lift the lid on two new projector models at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2013 trade fair later this month.
The Japanese manufacturer is to launch its WUXGA UD740U mid-range business projector at the trade show in Amsterdam, as well as the WXGA WD8700-U professional installation projector.
The WUXGA UD740U will be a 4,100-lumen, portable, network-capable projector that has been tailored for use in business or education applications. The 1920 x 1200 pixel projector will have a 3,000:1 contrast ratio and will be compatible with AMX Device Discovery and Crestron Roomview. It will have a lamp life of 5,000 hours and an integrated 10W speaker.
The WXGA WD8700-U will be an update to the brand’s 8000 Series range of professional projectors, replacing the existing WD8200. Its improvements will include 14 per cent brighter light output, offering 7,500 lumens of brightness.
As with the other models in the 8000 Series, it will come equipped with Mitsubishi’s Natural Colour Matrix (NCM) technology. This allows for the intermediate colours of yellow, cyan and magenta to be controlled independently of red, green and blue. It will have a dual-lamp system that provides continuous operation and a lamp life of 4,000 hours.