Casio Middle East FZE has announced the GCC launch of the XJ-UT310WN, its LampFree Ultra Short Throw projector.
The new projector offers WXGA resolution and required connectivity plus a suite of application tools which integrate the advantages of mobile technology.
The projector uses a mirror system that allows up to a 5.11-inch throw distance for a 60-inch image and eliminates background reflections and distractions caused by light from the projector’s lamp shining in the viewer’s eyes. This ultra-short throw range allows for use in space-restricted classroom environments and conference rooms while eliminating the need for a larger room for clearer projection.
Compared to traditional lamp-based projectors, this model consumes 1/3 less power per unit, and has a long light source life measuring approximately 20,000 hours. An original optical engine achieves high-efficiency light generation, while inhibiting dimming of the projection light as time goes by. Power consumption with the brightest setting is only 180 watts and eco modes can reduce power consumption up to 50 per cent.
The projector also has a new structure that is developed to enhance dust resistance and prevents the deterioration of brightness caused by dust accumulation. The projector even enables educators to display content from a mobile device, which can also be used to control presentations eliminating the need for additional hardware and equipment.
Weighing 5.5 kg, Casio’s XJ-UT310WN enables projection from data files stored on a USB memory device. Casio’s original C-Assist dedicated app enables users to conduct sophisticated wireless operations and presentations with a wide variety of sources including smartphones, tablets and laptop computers.
The built in 2 GB of memory allows many file formats, such as PDF and QuickTime, to be stored in the projector for quick and easy playback. A full range of input terminals including HDMI RGB and video inputs provide connectivity to standard hardware sources. Audio inputs and a built-in 16 watt speaker ensure sound clarity and a microphone terminal allows for sound reinforcement.