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Casio Unveils Lineup of New Projectors

Casio introduced its lineup of new projectors last week at the InfoComm 2014 show in Las Vegas, NV. Some of the projectors feature a new illumination system that uses LED, laser and fluorescent light sources for higher light output and stronger colors.

The XJ-UT310WN is the company's first LampFree ultra short throw projector, which was designed for the education market.

Key features of the XJ-UT310WN include:

  • WXGA (1,280 x 800) resolution;
  • 1,800:1 contrast ratio;
  • Up to 3,100 lumens of brightness
  • RGB, component video, HDMI, composite video, audio, USB and WiFi inputs; and
  • Audio and RGB outputs.

The new lineup of SLIM LampFree projectors use Casio's "proprietary laser and LED hybrid light source, which combines a laser, a fluorescent element and LEDs to generate high brightness," according to the company.

Key features of the new SLIM projectors include:

  • Estimated 20,000 hour life span with minimal brightness degradation and continuous operation;
  • Fully connectable interface, including three types of video and audio inputs, as well as HDMI, RGB and RS-232C terminals;
  • 2 GB of built-in memory; and
  • Ability to display content from a PC by connecting the projector and PC through a USB cable.

Casio's new lineup of Signature projectors feature fifth generation LampFree technology with Casio's laser and LED hybrid light source, built-in memory, USB display and wired LAN projection.

Key features of the new Signature projectors include:

  • Estimated 20,000 hour life span with minimal brightness degradation and continuous operation;
  • Fully connectable interface, including three types of video and audio inputs, as well as HDMI, RGB and RS-232C terminals;
  • 2 GB of built-in memory;
  • Support for PDF, QuickTime and other file formats; and
  • Ability to display content from a PC by connecting the projector and PC through a USB cable.

Further information about the new projectors can be found on Casio's site.

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Leila Meyer is a technology writer based in British Columbia. She can be reached at leilameyer@gmail.com.

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