Today at the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas, Casio is debuting its new 4K UHD projector, the Casio XJ-L8300HN. This 4K UHD projector is rated at 5,000 ANSI lumens brightness rating with a native resolution of 3840x2160, and features Texas Instruments new 4K DLP chip. It also has a 20,000 hour laser/phosphor light engine for low maintenance and reduced long term cost of ownership. Delivery is expected in June, so the price has not been announced.
The XJ-L8300HN is designed for large venue training and display applications, and it features both vertical and horizontal lens shift as well as a manual zoom and focus lens with a zoom range 1.5:1. Since the release is preliminary, we don't have some of the other typical data, such as weight and throw distance data, but when that information is released we will update the L8300HN spec page and Projection Calculator.
Casio XJ-L8300HN key features:
Connectivity includes HDBasedT, dual HDMI inputs, a VGA input and monitor loop through, RJ-45 and RS-232 connections, and an audio output.
The Casio XJ-L8300HN is designed for larger conference rooms and other venues where complex 4K imaging is required. Its 4K resolution will ensure maximum clarity for complex graphics, drawings, photos, and text/financial spreadsheets.
More details about this projector will emerge as its release date approaches, but add Casio to the list of projector manufacturers producing 4K projectors this year. To follow all of the developments in the world of 4K, see the 4K sort options in the Projector Database.
For more detailed specifications and connections, check out our Casio XJ-L8300HN projector page.