NEC Display Solutions of America on Tuesday announced two new professional installation projectors, the NP2200 and NP1200. Both new projectors were designed to meet the needs of those users who require bright light output for large screens, at an affordable price.
The NP2200 displays a high level of brightness at 4200 ANSI lumens, and the NP1200 has an output of 3700 lumens, making both projectors very bright and suitable for corporate and higher education environments. They are both energy-efficient and consume a low 0.4W rating in standby mode by utilizing ECO Mode technology to save energy and consume less power. They also have NEC’s AutoSense that automatically syncs the projector with any computer signal, closed caption and built-in 5-watt stereo speakers. Both NP2200 and NP1200 feature 1024×768 XGA resolution, 600:1 contrast, VGA, DVI-D HDCP, 5-BNC, multiple audio in/out and a EJ45 Ethernet for easy LAN connection.
The NP2200 and NP1200 will begin shipping in December 2009 with estimated street prices of $2,399 and $1,999, respectively.