Ricoh

  1. Ricoh releasing four new models aimed at flexibility and portability

    Ricoh releasing four new models aimed at flexibility and portability
    Ricoh, a leading provider of projectors, has released four new models that were recently on display at the InfoComm 2016 pro-AV event in Las Vegas.

    The new models aim to offer more flexibility and portability, while also promoting collaboration between teams, according to the manufacturer.

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  2. Ricoh release next generation ultra-short projectors

    Ricoh release next generation ultra-short projectors
    Ricoh has announced its latest line of next-generation, ultra-short throw projectors. The Ricoh PJ WX4152NI and Ricoh PJ WX4152N are specifically targeted at businesses and education facilities, particularly for those that work off-site and have remote audiences. According to Ricoh, with nearly 46 per
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  3. Pico vs. portable: Which is the right projector for you?

    Pico vs. portable: Which is the right projector for you?
    For some people, portability just isn't a factor when buying a projector. But for those that require more flexibility from their device in terms of where and how it's used, it's worth thinking carefully about just how portable you need your projector to be.

    Panasonic recently introduced

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  4. Ricoh unveils desk edge projectors

    Ricoh has unveiled a line of seven new projectors at this year's InfoComm event, including desk edge, short throw and standard install models.

    The new projectors include the desk-edge Ricoh PJ X3351N and PJ WX3351N, both of which deliver high quality images from the edge of any table, creating

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  5. Ricoh reveals new line of projectors

    Ricoh has announced a range of seven new projectors designed for business and education applications.

    The company has released new Desk Edge, Short Throw and Standard Install models offering a wide range of features and solutions.

    Matt Sakauchi, vice-president of the visual communications

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  6. Optoma showcases projectors at gaming festival

    Optoma has displayed its new HD141X projector at the UK's biggest gaming festival.

    Over the August bank holiday, the Ricoh Stadium in Coventry was transformed for the Insomnia, which saw technology companies show off their latest innovations.

    Around 25,000 people were in attendance

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  7. Ricoh unveils portable whiteboard projectors

    Ricoh Americas has launched a new interactive whiteboard projector and a video conferencing system as part of their InfoComm AV show unveiling.

    The new projector whiteboard, the D5550, is designed to work with all walls and other fixed surfaces and features a 55-inch diagonal HD screen that's

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  8. Ricoh announces projection signage solution

    Ricoh Americas Corporation has announced that it is offering a brand new alternative to traditional flat panel digital signage systems.

    The company's newest projector-based signage system provides users with the freedom to project onto curved, conical and spherical surfaces thanks to its

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  9. Darwish Technology displays latest products at Qitcom 2014

    Darwish Technology, the technology branch of Darwish Holding, has displayed its latest products to business partners and customers on their stand at Qitcom 2014.

    Amongst the solutions were products developed by technology manufacturers Sony, Promethean and Ricoh. One of the Sony products demonstrated

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  10. Panasonic launches array of new projectors at InfoComm 2013

    Panasonic has used the InfoComm 2013 conference to launch several new projectors, including a brand new WUXGA single-chip DLP projector that the company claims as the industry’s brightest.

    The brand has said that its PT-DZ870UK projector – part of the brand new, four-projector PT-DZ870U

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