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||PC 3D Ready|
|Weight:|| 15.6 lbs|
|Lamp Life:||20,000 Hrs|
S-Video, Composite, VGA Out, VGA In (x2), HDMI, Network, Audio Out, Audio In (x3), Wireless Networking, USB (x2), RS232
480i, 480p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p/60, 576i, 576p
LED/Laser Conference Room Projector
August 20, 2012
The Casio XJ-H2650 rated at 3500 lumens and weighing 15.6 lbs., is one of the first projectors to combine Casio's hybrid LED-laser light engine with 1280x800 resolution and brightness available only in Casio's Pro series installation projectors. If you've been intrigued by Casio's hybrid light engine, but wanted the Pro models' brightness at higher resolution than they've offered until now, this may be the projector you've been waiting for.
Notable features include near excellent data image quality and conveniences like Wi-Fi support and the ability to read files from a USB memory key. However, the light source, which uses red and blue LEDs plus a blue laser shining on a phosphor element to produce green, is responsible for some of the projector's key strengths. In particular, it eliminates both mercury-based lamps and the expense of replacing them, since it's designed to last the life of the projector.
The low running cost makes the XJ-H2650's $2199.99 initial price a lot easier to justify. The total cost of ownership can be lower than for a less expensive projector with a 2000 to 3000 hour lamp life and a $200 or $300 lamp replacement cost. Along with the data image quality and convenience features, it helps make the XJ-H2650 a strong candidate for a small to mid-size conference room or classroom.
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