Leading projector manufacturer NEC has launched the UM352Wi - an all-in-one solution for meeting rooms and classrooms.

Its latest projector offers everything needed for collaborative work and interactive learning thanks to a wide range of impressive features.

The UM352Wi allows for a truly social experience, with the integrated wireless capability allowing up to 50 devices to connect at the same time.

Collaborative functions include NEC DisplayNote software which allows for voting and annotation. The projector can also display content from up to 16 devices - a feature that promises to enrich and streamline meetings.

The 3,500 ANSI lumen projector, which includes a built-in interactive pen receiver, is also perfect for the classroom. Students can work together to make on-screen annotations on any wall using two interactive pens.

Reduced shadow and glare also means that audiences not only enjoy a wealth of innovative features, but also exceptional image quality.

“NEC understands that technology investments made by education organisations today have to support a vision for more collaborative and interactive learning,” said Ulf Greiner, product line manager business projectors at NEC Display Solutions Europe.

“Organisations want to enable that learning in classrooms and meeting rooms, but without adding complexity. NEC interactive projectors add a valuable asset to the classroom by offering this balance.”

The NEC UM352Wi projector will be available from the beginning of July 2015.