Global technology and visual display product provider, ViewSonic, has released its specialised range of projectors built with interactive and professional displays.
The 3D-ready ViewSonic 7 Series five-model range (consisting of the PJD7382, PJD7383, PJD7383i, PJD7583w, and PJD7583wi) is specifically targeted at education environments. It includes a small throw ratio, projecting 80-inch images from one metre away at a 1024x768 resolution at 3000 lumens, with Digital Keystone Correction which square images to correct proportion.
The 7 Series enhances participation by providing an interactive whiteboard. The 7 ‘i’ Series in particular contain a PointBlank pen that enables users to write onto the projected image. The range also has a microphone input, and is equipped with Crestron network control .
The ViewSonic 8 Series (Pro8500, Pro8450w, Pro8400, and Pro8200) incorporates BrilliantColor technology to produce vivid colour in high resolution through Blu-ray and high definition compatibility with the included HDMI, video, and PC inputs.
It operates at up to 5000 ANSI lumens with a 3000 to one contrast ratio, and has a 3000-hour lamp life in eco-mode, reducing cost and maintaining performance. The 8 series operates with Crestron advanced network control, enabling simple monitoring and maintenance.
Both series feature USB and LAN display, providing flexibility in data transfer methods.
Prices for the ViewSonic 7 Series five-model range and ViewSonic 8 Series is available from $1999.