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Hitachi Introduces An Affordable All-In-One Solution With The New “Stimulus Bundle”

Press Release  |  Jan 27, 2010

A Solution For Those Looking To Deploy Interactive Presentation Technology

Chula Vista, California, January 27, 2010 – Hitachi America, Ltd. today announced its new CP-D10+FX-77GII Bundle, named the “Stimulus Bundle”, offering a complete, low-cost solution.

The Stimulus Bundle combines the Hitachi CP-D10 short-throw projector, the Hitachi StarBoard FX-77GII 77-inch interactive whiteboard, and a custom-designed Premier Mounts wall mount, combined for a complete solution. Mounted on the wall arm, the CP-D10’s short-throw capability greatly reduces the shadow cast on the FX-77GII from the presenter and offers a better viewing experience. Now offered as a complete package, the bundle is the premier low-cost option for education and corporate environments.

“The Stimulus Bundle was developed to bring a complete Hitachi solution to users that wouldn’t have previously had access to this technology because of the price point,” said John Glad, product manager, Hitachi America, Ltd. “By combining our most cost-effective short-throw projector and interactive whiteboard with the Premier wall mount, corporate or educational environments of any size can benefit from Hitachi’s industry leading interactive presentation technology.”

The Hitachi CP-D10 projector is ideal for use in classrooms that utilize an interactive whiteboard, as well as small meeting rooms where space may be limited. The projector features a short throw distance of three feet that projects an 80-inch image, eliminating image obstruction in front of the screen. The CP-D10 offers a brightness of 2,000 ANSI lumens and XGA resolution. It also includes a 4,000-hour hybrid filter for easy maintenance.

The FX-77GII holds all of the capabilities that have been revolutionized by Hitachi, but with interaction facilitated by the use of an electronic pen. The wireless 2-button pen device, included with the StarBoard, functions as a mouse that operates and annotates on the board. The board features an electronic-free surface for more durable use and remains fully operational even if there are scratches or dents on the surface space.