Hitachi Offers Two New Projector/Starboard Bundles
Oct 3, 2006 11:30 AM
In a move to provide even more educators with complete interactive presentation solutions, Hitachi America and Hitachi Software announced two separate Projector/StarBoard bundles available immediately through Troxell Communications and other authorized dealers.
“At a time when some manufacturers are scaling back on product offerings to the education market, Hitachi is energizing its market support with two new bundles,” says Pete Denes, vice president of sales, Hitachi America, Ubiquitous Platforms Systems Division, Business Group. “We have found an increased demand in the market for more flexible and comprehensive end-user solutions, and these two interactive educational systems provide exactly that. The intuitive interface of the Hitachi Software StarBoard panels and the user-friendly Hitachi projectors provide an unprecedented level of versatility that benefits educators and instructors.”
The first bundle includes the Hitachi Software T-15XL 15in. StarBoard interactive LCD panel and the Hitachi CP-RS56 SVGA multimedia projector, together priced at $2,495. The T-15XL StarBoard features a 15in. LCD interactive display system with XGA resolution and pen with full mouse function. The Hitachi CP-RS56 SVGA multimedia projector sets the standard for digital projectors. With a light weight of 5.1lbs., SVGA resolution, and 3,000-hour lamp life, this projector provides users with high performance and reliability.
The second interactive educational bundle includes the Hitachi Software T-17SXL 17in. StarBoard interactive LCD panel and the Hitachi CP-RX61 XGA multimedia projector, all priced at $2,695. The T-17SXL provides the user with a 17in. LCD screen, SXGA resolution, eight customizable function buttons, RGB output, and pen with full mouse function. The CP-RX61 projector features an optical zoom, two RGB inputs, and a built-in 1W speaker. The CP-RX61 also features a weight of 5.1lbs., vertical keystone correction, and a 3,000 hours lamp life in Whisper Mode.
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