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Boxlight Releases LCD Projector for Nonwhite Surfaces

The Seattle X40N features greenboard and blackboard display modes.

Boxlight has released a portable LCD projector with networking connectivity and the ability to project color corrected images on nonwhite surfaces.

The new projector, called the Seattle X40N, features a brightness of 4,000 lumens, a native resolution of 1,024 x 768(XGA), a contrast ratio of 600:1, and support for resolutions up to 1080i(1,920 x 1080). Image sizes produced by the projector range from 40 inches to 300 inches at distances from 5 to 30 feet.

For projecting videos on nonwhite surfaces, the projector offers greenboard and blackboard video display modes. Additional display modes include cinema, whiteboard, daylight, natural, and a programmable user mode.

Dimensions of 12.8 inches by 10.24 inches by 3.8 inches and a weight of 7.3 pounds aid in the projectors portability, while a Kensington lock port, an anchor security bar, and a keypad lock offer protection from theft.

The Seattle X40N supports RJ-45 LAN connectivity and RS-232 control.

Additional features include:

  • Auto search;
  • Auto ceiling;
  • Auto filter alert;
  • Auto sync;
  • 245 watt bulb;
  • Lamp life of 3000 hours:
  • Logo capture;
  • 4x digital zoom with pan functionality;
  • 8-watt speaker;
  • Image freeze function; and
  • Automatic vertical Keystone correction of ±30 degrees.

AV inputs include DVI-I, analog RGB/component (mini D-sub 15-pin), component, S-video, composite video, stereo RCA jacks, and a stereo minijack. The projector offers analog RGB/component (mini D-sub 15-pin), and stereo minijack AV outputs.

The Seattle X40N is covered by a 3-year warranty and ships for $1,699.

Further information is available at boxlight.com.

About the Author

Dan Thompson is a freelance writer based in Brea, CA. He can be reached here.

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