“With the adoption of flat panels in schools and businesses, expectations for what’s ‘bright enough’ have changed,” said Robert Detwiler, product manager at InFocus. “For the IN2100 and IN3100 series, we have dramatically increased brightness and coupled it with the performance characteristics of some of our best-selling projectors for brilliant, large-scale projection at affordable price points.”
The IN2100 is available now starting at $599 and comes standard with a long life lamp that should last many years with typical usage. The IN3100 projectors start at $1,499 and support several enhancements including HDMI compatibility with modern notebooks and HDTVs.
The IN2112, IN2114 and IN3114 projectors are available now. The IN2116 and IN3116 will be available in Q1, 2010. Contact InFocus for pricing and availability.
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