NEC Introduces First Projectors Offering Remote Desktop Control and Broadcasting

Sep 28, 2004

NEC Solutions (America), Inc. Visual Systems Division announces the shipping of two new portable projectors to expand its broadest line of large area displays in the industry. The NEC LT245 and LT265 are the first projectors to feature remote desktop control and the ability to broadcast information to multiple projectors and multiple computers."We wanted to develop a projector to meet the ever-changing requirements of the presenter," said Bob Guentner, projector product manager, the Visual Systems Division of NEC Solutions America, Inc.

"NEC's new LTs are wireless, connected and secure, making them the ultimate choice for users who want the freedom of wireless connection - as well as those who require wired remote diagnostics and document retrieval."

Wireless
The NEC LT245/265s feature IEEE802.11g, the fastest, most flexible wireless communications system available, compatible with 802.11b. The projectors also offer high speed communications via integrated RJ45 with remote diagnostic capabilities and access to network files.

NEC's Image Xpress™ also enables users to broadcast from one computer to several projectors. This enables exciting, collaborative meetings where colleagues or classmates can review information together, and even send information to the projector for display.

Yet another wireless feature is the ability to store information on a USB drive or CompactFlash memory card, inserted in the projector to advance slides using the supplied wireless remote.

Connected
Integrated RJ45 provides a quick connection to the wired network. It also allows the user to perform remote diagnostics to check the status of projectors connected to the wired LAN.

Secure
The NEC LT245/265s have enhanced multi-level security features such as a USB device acting as a security key to lock out unauthorized users.

In addition to its Wireless, Connected and Secure features, The NEC LT245/265 projectors have a unique, intuitive design, combining flexibility and performance to create an impactful presentation experience.

Corporate, government and higher education markets all can benefit from this improved presentation technology, whether they choose the NEC LT245 which features 2200 ANSI lumens or the NEC LT265 with 2500 ANSI lumens.

Price and Availability
The NEC LT 245/265s are available and shipping now through authorized NEC resellers. Estimated street prices are $2,195 and $2,495 respectively.

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