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NEC Introduces Portable, 3,000-Lumen LCD Projector

NEC Display Solutions of America has introduced a new 3,000-lumen projector targeted mainly to the education market. The portable VT700 digital projector boasts a 1024 x 768 native resolution (XGA) with automatic keystone correction, quick start-up and shut-down, connectivity flexibility, including DVI-I input and five-watt speaker.

The VT700 is an extension of the NEC VT Series of projectors and is being displayed for the first time at InfoComm, the professional audio-visual industry's leading trade show, on June 19-21, 2007, at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif.

The VT700's wall-color correction technology enables accurate colors to be projected onto whiteboards, blackboards and colored walls. Automatic vertical keystone correction instantly projects a square image even when the model is set up at a steep offset angle to the screen.

The projector also includes plug-and-play setup and operation, versatile color-coded connections and Autosense, which automatically synchronizes the projector with computer signals. The VT700 comes with enhanced connectivity. Its flexible input panel accommodates a wide range of computers and video sources, including DVI-I.

Along with a five-watt speaker, the VT700 includes variable audio-out, which enables the remote control to adjust the volume of self-powered external speakers connected to the projector. The VT700 also incorporates a number of built-in methods to extend the life of the projector and decrease its total cost of ownership. NEC's Eco-Mode Technology increases lamp life by up to 50 percent (The VT700 has a lamp life of up to 3,000 hours).



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