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InFocus Introduces its Lowest-Cost Short Throw Projector

InFocus Introduces its Lowest-Cost Short Throw Projector

IN146 packs widescreen resolution, HDMI connectivity and 3D in a short throw projector that fits tight budgets

InFocus today announced the release of the IN146 short throw projector. With native WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution to project today’s widescreen notebooks and HD video without scaling, the IN146 offers big, beautiful images in tight spaces at an exceptionally low price.

Short Throw Capabilities Offer Great Flexibility

The short throw and wide resolution makes the IN146 ideal for use with interactive whiteboards. It can be easily installed on a wall or ceiling or placed on a tabletop or media cart, projecting a vivid 1.5 metre image from as little as 0.75 metres away. With the projector placed close to the wall, shadows caused by tabletop objects or presenters are virtually eliminated. The short throw of the IN146, combined with its small size, low profile design and bright 2,700 lumens, offers an extremely versatile and portable display solution that will work beautifully in a variety of environments and lighting conditions.

Built for Long-Life at a Low Cost

The IN146 is future-ready with 3D capability and an HDMI input. It can be turned into a wireless and networked display with the optional InFocus LiteShow III wireless adapter, and its RS232 port allows connection to Creston, AMX or any other room control system. The IN146 offers years of worry-free operation with a long lamp life of up to 6,000 hours, filter-free DLP technology, and an industry-leading 5-year limited warranty.

Pricing and Availability

The IN146 (WXGA, 1280 x 800) model is available now in Singapore at the RRP of S$ 1,399.xx through InFocus distributors Ingram Micro Asia Ltd. (Telephone: +65 6298-0888 / Fax: +65 6298-1111) and SIS Technologies Pte. Ltd. (Telephone: +65 6473-9898 / Fax: +65 6473-4512).
Optional wall arms and ceiling mounts are also available from InFocus. For more information, please log on to www.infocus.com

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