InFocus Launches DisplayLink Projector for Education
InFocus has debuted a new model in its IN3100 series of projectors, the IN3104EP. The new model, like others in the IN3100 series, includes DIsplayLink technology, which allows content to be displayed over USB.
The IN3104EP is a single-chip DLP projector that offers XGA resolution (1,024 x 768), a contrast ratio of 2,000:1, and a brightness of 3,500 lumens (2,800 lumens in economy mode). Other features include:
- A backlit, touch-sensitive "LiteTouch" keypad;
- Support for HDMI and LiteShow II wireless connectivity;
- ±30° vertical keystone correction;
- "BrilliantColor" display technology;
- Component, composite, S-video, and 15-pin VGA inputs; and
- USB and RS-232 control.
The IN3104EP DisplayLink projector is available now exclusively for education customers for $1,799. Further information about the new model can be found here.
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