Projector manufacturer Optoma has revealed a pair of new devices aimed at the enterprise market.

The company announced that the lightweight and portable W351 and X351 projectors both come with a three year De-Re projector warranty and three year lamp warranty.

Targeted at classrooms and meeting rooms, the projectors can be managed remotely through the firm's Compatible RoomView software. This means IT managers will be able to turn them off remotely to save power when they are not in use.

Nick Price, Optoma’s territory manager, said: "The new projectors differ in terms of resolution, brightness and throw ratio but both have a low overall cost of ownership and have the excellent networking functionality.

"The easy maintenance and remote management functionality are especially important for our education customers who may have a dozen or more projectors to monitor and maintain."

Optoma also recently announced a new short throw projector, the W316ST, which is also aimed at the education sector.

The launch of new models such as the HD26, HD141X, GT1080, HD161X, HD1009, EH200ST and HD50 recently helped Optoma to be named the top selling projector manufacturer in both North and South America.

Jon Grodem, senior director of product management, stated that the firm's ability to produce affordable 1080p DLP projectors with technological advances is keeping the company ahead of its rivals.