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ViewSonic Brightens Rooms with New Projectors

ViewSonic said it is responding to customer requests for more display options in creating three new lightweight projectors for the large-screen needs of education and enterprise users.

ViewSonic said it is responding to customer requests for more display options in creating three new lightweight projectors for the large-screen needs of education and enterprise users.

The PJD6220, PJD6230, and PJD6240 62 Series DLP projectors combine a 1024x768 native resolution and 2,000:1 contrast ratio with a brightness of 2300, 2700, and 3200 lumens respectively, to provide sharp images and natural color, even in brightly lit rooms, according to company officials. All three models include 2x5-watt built-in loudspeakers as well as RGB, Composite, and S-Video input capabilities. They also include a closed captioning function to accommodate the needs of the hearing impaired.

"ViewSonic works to satisfy a diverse range of presentation demands--from on-the-go presenters to teachers and theater enthusiasts," said Jeff Volpe, ViewSonic vice president of global brand and emerging technologies, in a statement.

The 62 Series projectors feature a built-in RJ-45 jack that provides network connectivity and technical support remote diagnosis. Designed for tabletop use or ceiling mounts, the projectors have a conveniently placed lamp and easy air-filter access that users can reach easily. Additionally, the Eco Mode function provides power efficiency by reducing fan noise output, which also extends lamp life up to 4,000 hours, according to ViewSonic.



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