Hitachi unveils three new projectors which can be suitable for the business and educational sectors. Lead by a short-throw 3LCD projector, Hitachi joins the fray of projector manufacturing companies determined to gain a fair market share of the projection manufacturing market.
Among the new projectors include the CP-D10. This is the short throw projector suited for the classroom environment which can project for around 3 feet with an 80” image. It features closed-captioning functionality, input source naming and AMX Device Discovery technology.
Another projector, the CP-D10, offers 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness and a 500:1 contrast ratio. It boasts of a 4,000-hour hybrid filter for maintenance, a PIN lock, transition detector and Kensington slot.
Another projector designed for the classroom and boardroom setting is the CP-X3010 3LCD projector. This projector offers 3,000 lumens of brightness and a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. It weighs approximately 7.9 pounds and includes 16 watts of built-in audio. A hybrid filter enables 5,000 hours between maintenance calls.
Lastly, there is the CP-X4020 which is suitable for medium to large venues. The CP-X4020 is a 3LCD projector that boasts of 4,000 lumens of light output and a 4,000-hour hybrid filter. It can carries a 2000:1 contrast ratio.