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 group at Ricoh Americas Corporation, explained that the firm's projection technology has evolved "rapidly".

He said: "These new projectors are brighter, easier to position, and offer greater connectivity to bring participants together for better, more effective information sharing sessions."

Ricoh's booth #4043 at the upcoming InfoComm 2015 will be the first time the range of seven new projectors will go on display to the public. The event is set to take place in Orlando, Florida, from 17-19 June.

Among the new devices being launched by the company is Ricoh's first HD projector, while all of the new systems have been given top level features such as ten watt speakers and each of them also supports 3D content with optional glasses.

The new PJ X5460, PJ WX5460 and PJ HD5450 projectors can also display images up to 300-inches diagonal at a resolution of up to 1080p. Output throughout the range of seven new Ricoh projectors is up to 4,100 lumens.