NEC Display Rolls Out Ultra-Short-Throw Projectors for Collaboration
The NEC UM351W and UM361X can project onto a tabletop for collaborative work.
NEC Display Solutions of America has announced two ultra-short-throw projectors designed for collaboration. The UM351W and UM361X are capable of tabletop projection, so images can be projected onto a table or other horizontal surface for group work. In addition, the projectors can be paired with NEC's new NP03Wi auto-calibration interactive whiteboard kit, which supports up to 256 wireless pens for annotation (the kit includes two pens and is available separately or bundled with the projectors). And the company's DisplayNote software enables collaboration between a mobile device and the interactive surface.
Other features of the UM351W and UM361X include:
- Integrated 20w speaker;
- Horizontal and vertical keystone correction tools;
- Dedicated HDMI/MHL input and a second HDMI input;
- Brightness levels of 3,500 lumens and 3,600 lumens respectively; and
- ECO Mode technology to extend lamp life and lower power consumption.
For more information, visit the NEC site.
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