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New CPX1 Projector from Hitachi Provides Power and Portability for Traveling Professionals

Oct 3, 2006 3:25 PM


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Underscoring its commitment to providing the most flexible, powerful, and reliable projectors in the market, Hitachi America, Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division, introduced the CPX1 3LCD projector. At 3.9lbs., the light and compact CPX1 brings a new level of versatility to business professionals on the move.

The CPX1 provides an optimal combination of portability and power, boasting a brightness of 2000 ANSI lumens. Additionally, the CPX1 features a wide-angle lens, allowing presenters to place the projector close to the screen to avoid obstruction of the image. The CPX1 also contains a USB reader, which simplifies the connection process by eliminating the need to connect a laptop to the projector. The low fan noise (29dB in whisper mode) lets the audience concentrate on the presentation without any distractions.

“In the business world, convenience is as much of a priority as performance when it comes to presentation technology,” says Pete Denes, vice president of sales, Hitachi America, Ubiquitous Business Platform Systems Division, Business Group. “The CPX1 sets new standards in power, portability, and connectivity, and will benefit presenters in a variety of corporate environments.”

The CPX1 also boasts advanced security features including a transition detector and password protection. Other features include automatic vertical keystone correction, quick start, and a variety of resolution options.



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