BOXLIGHT partners with Microsoft Xbox® to launch RAVEN gaming projector
New projector enables Xbox games to be projected on 6-foot screen
The RAVEN is currently available direct from BOXLIGHT at http://xbox.boxlight.com at an introductory price of $979, including lifetime technical support. Suggested retail price is $1399.
"BOXLIGHT is pleased to be able to share our expertise in digital projectors with Xbox to enhance the gaming experience for its users," said Bill Lawrence, president of BOXLIGHT. "We've been providing the highest quality projectors and the best customer service and 24/7 support for almost 20-years, and we plan to continue that leadership role with the RAVEN."
The lightweight 4.5 pound RAVEN is designed for easy transport and allows users to play Microsoft Xbox games, online games, computer games, and video games in HDTV, widescreen and split-screen formats. The RAVEN includes 2000:1 Contrast Ratio and DLP™ technology, which allows the smallest details to be made crystal clear, even up close.
Founded in 1985, BOXLIGHT (www.boxlight.com) is the first name in digital projectors with more experience than any other company in the industry. The company offers the most comprehensive selection of innovative display and projection technology under its own brand of BOXLIGHT.
BOXLIGHT specializes in a number of industries worldwide including education and government, and maintains a highly rated sales and support team. BOXLIGHT offers 24/7 free lifetime technical support, a 15-day money back guarantee, a 2-year parts and labor warranty and a 120-day or 500-hour (whichever comes first) lamp guarantee on all products.
Projector specifications, photographs, prices and additional information regardingBOXLIGHT products and services are available on-line at www.boxlight.com or by calling (800) 762-5757 (USA) or +1(360) 779-7901 (International).
Xbox (http://www.xbox.com/) is Microsoft's future-generation video game system that delivers the most powerful games experiences ever. Xbox empowers game artists by giving them the technology to fulfill their creative visions as never before, creating games that blur the lines between fantasy and reality. Xbox is now available in North America, Asia, Europe and Australia.