InFocus Corp., a company that specializes in digital projection, is displaying its latest product lineup for the education buyer’s market at this week’s National Education Computing Conference (NECC) in Chicago. One of the goodies it’s displaying is its latest projector.
The company is spotlighting the InFocus LP130, a three-pound digital projector for road warriors; the InFocus LP340B, which offers digital projection; the new 2000 lumen InFocus LP530, a XGA projector whose modular facilities moving from the road to the conference room; and the Proxima DP6150, featuring installation versatility and large display capabilities.
The new InFocus LP530 weighs 5.7 pounds and delivers 2000 lumens — more lumens per pound than any other projector on the market, according to InFocus. The company says the projector is the first ever 2000-lumen projector in the sub-six-pound weight class. Of course, it’s not for everyone with its price tag of US$4,999.
The LP530, powered by Digital Light Processing technology from Texas Instruments, offers XGA (1024 x 768) resolution.