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Sharp NEC Display Solutions Debuts New Installation Projector

Projector and display solutions company Sharp NEC Display Solutions recently announced the introduction of a new professional installation projector, the PX2201UL. According to a news release, the projector offers a larger screen and brighter images than previous models. It’s designed for use in a wide variety of settings including corporate, higher education, museums, theaters, arenas and more.

Features include motorized optional lenses; horizontal and vertical lens shift; and built-in blending, stacking and geometric correction. It supports 360-degree, roll-free applications, as well as flexible options for placement. It produces 21,500 lumens of light and WUXGA native resolution. Its RB laser light source is capable of a more expansive color palette than previous projectors, and it includes connectivity inputs from sources like HDBaseT, HDMI, DisplayPort, 5BNC and DVI-D.

“The size of this projector—paired with its ability to produce brighter, more brilliant images—allows users to move it more freely within the marketplace,” said Richard McPherson, Sharp NEC Display Solutions’ Senior Product Manager. “In this case, higher brightness doesn’t mean a heavier unit and more power. The PX2201UL consumes up to 11 percent less power than its predecessor and saves investors on their bottom line.”

More information is available on the Sharp NEC Display Solutions website.

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Matt Jones is senior editor of Spaces4Learning. He can be reached at [email protected].

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