InFocus Launches New Business Projectors

Apr 05, 2007

InFocus has released its latest projectors designed to help small and midsize businesses improve their business presentations.

InFocus has made available its latest projectors, the InFocus Work Big IN24+, Work Big IN26+ and Work Big IN36, all designed to help small and midsize businesses enhance their presentations, the company announced on April 3.

Built off the IN24 and IN26 projectors, the IN24+ and IN26+ provide users with increased brightness with 2,200 lumens, which allows users to display their presentations in various lighting situations.

The enhanced projectors also comes with SVGA (Super VGA) and XGA (extended graphics array) resolution, which gives users a set of graphic standards with high resolution.

"Business presentations can be one of the most important elements of a company's success, as they are often the first impression a company gives to a potential customer," said Kyle Ranson, president and CEO of InFocus, based in Wilsonville, Ore.

Both the 24+ and 26+ use DLP (digital light processing) technology, which gives users color uniformity and a contrast ratio that will last throughout the presentation while also including tie-wraps that allow users to stow away power and data cables.

The 24+ and 26+ projectors from InFocus features side-to-side venting, which helps keep the projector cool and tries to eliminate image distortion, helping to keep presentations visually clear.

The enhanced 24+ and 26+ projectors also include security locking mechanisms that help protect users from theft while also providing users with an optional PIN code feature that stops unauthorized projector use.

The IN36 provides users with 3,000 lumens, which allows users to project an image bright enough to work in any lighting situation and also features a digital keystone correction and an RGB (red, green, blue) color adjustment option.

The IN36 projector from InFocus also includes a serial interface connection, multiple computer inputs, S-Video (Super Video), which transmits video signals over a cable, as well as an instant feedback LED (light emitting diode) interface that provides users with audible cues to let the user know when the projector is starting up, powering down or in need of service.

"The InFocus Work Big projectors transform presentations with impressive ideas and vivid, crisp images, helping companies stand out in the competitive business world," Ranson said in the same statement.

The IN24+, IN26+ and IN36 are available now for $649, $799 and $1,399, respectively.

Copyright 2007 by Ziff Davis Media, Distributed by United Press International

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