A new range of multi-purpose projectors has been launched by Hitachi, comprising of three XGA models and one WXGA widescreen projector.
The CPX2514WN, CPX3014WN, CPX4014WN and CPWX3014WN all come with optional wireless activity and an output ranging from 2,700 lumens to 4,000 lumens.
All four of the gadgets also feature a refined version of the Hitachi Active Iris technology, which enables them to deliver a contrast ratio of 3,000:1. HDMI connectivity is also on offer across the range.
In terms of flexibility, the Campus Notification System delivers a text message function with an audio alarm fro any or all projectors on the network and a Moderator Control Mode enables the flow of a meeting or a class to be controlled by managing what is displayed on the device from up to four different computers.
On top of this, there is a Multi-Projector Mode, which enables up to 12 projectors to be connected to a single PC for meetings and lectures in large venues where a single screen would not be suitable.
The software has been designed to work with both Apple systems and PCs, cementing the flexibility of the devices.