NEC has released the latest multimedia projectors in its PA Series line.
The company revealed three new devices, the PA521U (1920×1200 resolution), PA571W (1280×800) and PA621X (1024×768) projectors.
Tilt-free and portrait mode technology are among the upgrades NEC has added to the range of projectors and Richard McPherson, senior product manager of projectors at NEC Display, stated that multimedia projectors are becoming "imperative" in both education and in business.
He said: "The latest PA Series projectors fulfil those objectives and build on the market-leading reputations of their predecessors for linking multiple projectors with the ability to now create 4K images."
According to NEC, its PA Series is the first in the projector industry to use a screen splitter (multi-display) via daisy chain, which then connects four projectors through TileMatrix to create a 4K resolution image.
Interactivity in the classroom is becoming increasingly important in education and NEC says the new projectors in the PA series are ideal to meet this need.
The company said: "The powerful LCD projectors offer bright images transmitted from laptops, tablets, smart phones and local area networks."
Earlier in the summer, NEC revealed the addition of two models to its PA Series projectors, the PA672W and PA722X. Mr McPherson explained that they are "workhorses capable of the most rigorous integration projects, and HDBaseT speeds up installations".