BOXLIGHT, a distributor of display and projection technology, is showcasing three projectors at this week’s 22nd annual National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, TX.
“All of these products are Macintosh compatible,” company spokesperson Ginger Vaughan told MacCentral. “In fact, every projector BOXLIGHT sells can be used with both Mac and PC.”
The “budget-friendly” CP-16t allows for positioning at the front of the room while still projecting a full screen. It has a power zoom/focus for presentations in a variety of room configurations and a full function remote for wireless control of projector and computer mouse. The CP-16t has incorporated 1700 ANSI lumens with 85 percent brightness uniformity and true 800 x 600 SVGA resolution.
The three-pound XD-10m offers 1000 ANSI lumens and true 1024 x 768 XGA resolution — the lightweight unit can handle just about every room environment, including “lights-on” presentations, Vaughan said. It’s compatible with every leading video standard, including HDTV, she added.
The CP-775i is a multi-purpose projector. The unit packs 2500 ANSI lumens into a 9.9-pound unit. With true XGA resolution and SXGA compression, this workstation and HDTV-compatible projector includes a number of premium features like a customizable start-up screen and picture-in-picture, Vaughan said.