InFocus IN100 Series projectors
With features such 3D compatibility, HDMI inputs and a choice of resolutions, InFocus' new IN100 line provides installation professionals with an affordable and versatile line of products they can show their commercial clientele.
Whether it’s at the theater, in the home or even at school, it seems that interest in 3D video has no boundaries. Portland, Ore.-based InFocus is helping to bring 3D into the classroom through the release of its new IN100 series of products.
The company’s latest line of projectors includes five models: the IN112, the IN114, the IN116, the IN124 and the IN126, and according to InFocus, the projectors are lightweight and small enough to move in the event multiple classrooms need to share a projector. InFocus adds the line offers users the ability to manage their costs by choosing a product with SVGA (800x600), XGA (1024x768) or WXGA (1280x800) resolutions, and depending on the model, the IN100 Series can produce up to 3,200 Lumens and contrast ratios as high as 3,000:1.
InFocus says the line is engineered to provide affordable compatibility with formats like HDMI and 3D, and long bulb life to minimize the expense of changing bulbs.
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