3M™ DEBUTS SCP716 SHORT THROW PROJECTOR
Providing Additional Solutions to Improve Classroom Infrastructure
“Since the debut of our original overhead projector in 1950, 3M technology has been a fixture in classrooms across America,” said John Griffiths, strategic planning manager, projection systems department, at 3M. “In 2009 we’re excited to provide our proven technology to help improve the overall new generation classroom learning experience.”
The 3M SCP716 has a maximum brightness rating of 2400 lumens, meeting or exceeding the minimum brightness requirements for projector acquisition in most United States school districts. With a 5,000-hour lamp life, multiple modular options, an install and setup that takes less than 2 hours and a suggested unit price as low as $1,599, the SCP716 Projection System boasts a low total cost of ownership that is desired by most education technology buyers.
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