Canon Launches High-Light-Output Education Projector
Canon has introduced a new high-light-output projector for education settings, the LV-7275 Multimedia Projector, which also offers wired network connectivity.
The new LV-7275 Multimedia Projector offers native XGA (1,024 x 768) resolution, a contrast ratio of 500:1, and a brightness of 2,600 lumens. It's designed to project images up to 300 inches (diagonal) and supports throw distances from 2.62 feet to 37 feet.
Other features include:
- ±30 degree auto and manual vertical keystone correction;
- 1.2x manual zoom;
- Component, DVI-I, and RGB/composite inputs;
- Analog RGB out;
- Built-in 7-watt speaker; and
- LAN connectivity via RJ-45.
The Canon LV-7275 Multimedia Projector is expected to be released in August. It will sell for $999. Further information can be found here.
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