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InFocus Unveils its Lowest Priced Projectors

Press Release  |  Jul 7, 2011

IN100 series offers high quality projectors with long-lasting lamps for the budget-conscious classroom and SMB

Portland, Ore. (July 7, 2011) – InFocus Corp., a digital display technology leader and visual collaboration champion, today announced the release of five new projectors in the IN100 series. With ultra-low price points, high brightness, 3D capability and a new lamp design that lasts 50 percent longer than the previous generation (6,000 hours), the IN100 series offers a very capable, long-lasting solution for schools and businesses looking to cut technology costs.

Value Packed with Exceptional Brightness and Portability

The five new models in the IN100 series (IN112, IN114, IN116, IN124 and IN126) provide customers with a range of price, resolution, brightness and connectivity options. Organizations can choose a native resolution of SVGA (800x600) for the best possible price, XGA (1024x768) for better image and clarity, or select a model with higher brightness or WXGA (1280x800) resolution to project high-definition, widescreen content without scaling.

Each model has a lightweight and slim design that makes it easy to install or share between different rooms.

With up to 3200 lumens, the IN100 series provides offices and classrooms with bright, clear images in well-lit rooms at a high 3000:1 contrast ratio. Several of the new models feature HDMI ports for enhanced connectivity.

“Every school and business should be able to have high-quality display technology without breaking the bank,” said Benjamin Joy, InFocus product line director. “The cost of the IN100 series doesn’t compromise quality. The long lamp life and high brightness are features that ensure superior image quality as well as a projector that will stretch the savings for years to come.”

Availability The five IN100 series projectors are available through authorized resellers or online at Source: Infocus Corp