Proxima Slashes Price Of Desktop Projector
As a special offer for educators, Proxima has cut in half the price of its Desktop Projector 4100Z data/ video projector. While supplies last, the DP 4100Z will sell for $3995.
The projector incorporates Digital Light Processing (DLP) technology, developed by Texas Instruments. DLP provides crisp, photo-realistic images with superior color accuracy, clarity and uniformity of illumination, even under challenging lighting conditions.
Available with or without a zoom lens, the unit projects 16.7 million true colors at 350 lumens. Using a built-in MediaExpress system and Adobeís Acrobat Player, educators can deliver presentations without a computer or cables. Plus, Tegrity software allows ìvirtual buttonsî to be projected onto any surface, from which anyone can control the machine. Proxima Corp., San Diego, CA, (800) 447-7692, www.prxm.com.
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This article originally appeared in the 05/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.