NEC’s Affordable V300W Projector

NEC V300WNEC has a new affordable projector that is specifically designed for use in classrooms and small business meetings. The device itself is small and compact and it is also lightweight allowing it to be easily placed in a small meeting room or classroom.

The V300W, as it is named, is the latest addition to NEC’s V Series of multimedia projectors. The V300W has a brightness output of 3,000 lumens, which allows the projector to function extremely well in brightly lit rooms or rooms with screens that are slightly larger than normal.

The V300W also comes with an Eco Mode setting which allows you to have a 5,000-hour lamp life. This is good because high lumen outputs, like 3,000, often cause projector lamps to burn out more quickly. However, with Eco Mode enabled, you will be able to enjoy the benefits of your V300W longer keeping long-term costs to a minimum.

According to Rich McPherson, Senior Product Manager for Projectors at NEC, “The V300W is the ideal solution for small-to-medium meeting rooms and classrooms that require high brightness at an affordable price.”

Users of the V300W will be able to benefit from a wide range of connection options including HDMI, monitor out and dual analog RGB inputs. In addition to that, an optional variable audio out port is also available for use with an external speaker system.

If that wasn’t enough for you, this projector also comes with 3D capabilities, enabled by the latest DPL Link technology from Texas Instruments. According to NEC, this will increase interactivity between students and teachers in education settings.

So, if you are in need for a standard, compact projector with a high lumen output and 3D capabilities and you don’t have a lot of money to blow on one, you should definitely check out the V300W from NEC.

Source: Projector Point – Affordable projector launched by NEC

Power Point Projectors
Most business class projectors will do a good job displaying your PowerPoint presentation. If you have a small presentation group, a 2000 lumen LCD projector will be able to produce a nice and clear picture. For larger audiences you should consider a 5000 lumen LCD projector.
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