New Projector Series Has Multiple 'Smart' Features
ViewSonic has introduced a new networkable series of
projectors with a number of new "smart" features.
The LightStream PJD6 networkable series of projectors
offer secured wireless streaming, enhanced integrated sound, an
cable management system and a "My Button" auto configuration mode.
The LightStream projectors are based on ViewSonic's
SuperColor technology, which offers a newly designed color wheel and
3,800 lumens of brightness. Company representatives said this technology offers
without sacrificing brightness levels.
The new projectors will have an integrated
supporting a MHL/HDMI port that allows users to wirelessly stream
via a dongle, which provides copy and content projection.
The "My Button" feature gives the user the ability to
configure his or her preferred settings with a simple click and, with a
remote, the ability to operate up to eight projectors in the same room.
intuitive keyboard layout on the LightStream projectors allows users to
the projector without on-screen display menus.
Other features of the new projector series:
- 1,024 x 768 and 1,280 x 800 resolution;
- 15,000-to-1 dynamic contrast;
- 10,000-hour lamp life;
- An integrated speaker for greater frequency range and
- Multiple audio and video inputs.
Seven versions of the LightStream series of
available in the second quarter of 2015, will range in price from
The PortAll dongle — for which a patent is still
will be available for $149.99.
The LightStream projectors are on display at Booth
756 at FETC, the educational technology
conference and tradeshow held January 20-23 in
Michael Hart is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer and the former executive editor of THE Journal.