At its stand is being presented the projector ultra short throw LP-AW4001 3LCD, the versatile LP-WU9100B and the first 5,000 lumens of the company, LP-WU6500 laser unit.
Hitachi Digital Media It is taking advantage of its assistance to IF 2018 to display their most innovative laser systems, some equipment which, according to the company, will consolidate its position as a leader in this market.
"As we were entering new market, 2017 has proven to be a good year for Hitachi DMG. "Our focus for this year is still delivering highly innovative and competitive products offering solutions to the market and more importantly our customers need," explains Axel Kutschke, senior manager of Hitachi Digital Media Group.
Among the teams that are being seen on its stand (Hall 1 F100) model is laser LP-AW4001, which will be available this summer. This projector offers a 4,200 ANSI lumens brightness incorporating a highly efficient optical engine.
This ultra short throw projector 3LCD provides clarity in the images even in the most light and bright environments, while providing up to 20,000 hours of efficient operation, with a continuous and reliable projection with a low cost of maintenance.
This team joins the model LP-WU6500 is the first 5,000 ANSI lumens of Hitachi laser model, making it the perfect choice for the education sector or medium-sized conference rooms. Provides WUXGA resolution and its light source has a shelf life of up to 20,000 hours while offering 360 ° installation capacity.
The third novelty comes from the hand of the LP-WU9100B which has a brightness of 10,000 ANSI lumens and WUXGA resolution. A projector that is characterized by its versatility since it has seven Optional lenses to choose from. This makes it a suitable equipment for use in museums and shops.
At the fair, Hitachi is also presenting the 4K UHD6510 IFPD screen, which is designed for meeting rooms, classrooms, conference rooms, lobbies and consulting rooms. The features include multi-touch connectivity of 10 points, wide viewing angle and anti-glare glass.
On the other hand, Hitachi is also offering at its stand a series of innovative product demonstrations accompanied by areas offering the visitor visionary applications including a University, a cafe, an interactive game of whack-a-mole and a tour the art gallery.
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