Boxlight has announced two new projectors, both of which feature an extensive range of input options.

The BL WX25NU and the BL X25NE are designed to be flexible in their use and boast an HDMI connection as well as LAN connectivity to allow users to monitor, control and trouble-shoot multiple projectors from a central location. This could be particularly useful in an education setting, where several projectors might be in use in different classrooms.

Meanwhile, the gadgets come with a 63:1 throw-ratio and are designed to work with existing interactive whiteboards through either 4:3 or 16:10 aspect ratios. They also come with an ultra-short throw lens, while the WX25NU boasts WXGA 1280x800 resolution and the X25NU comes with XGA 1024x768 resolution.

Both of the projectors come with 2,500 ANSI lumens; but this can be lowered to 1,750 in economy mode in order to save the lamp, the KP Business Journal reported.

“The BL short-throw series creates a 77” diagonal from only 36” from the screen allowing easy wall-arm installation with crystal clear image performance,” Jeremy Peterson, Boxlight product manager remarked.

“With a proven history of reliability and performance, we are confident that the BL Series will be a valued projector to our dealer partners around the world,” he added.