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Ricoh India unveils light-weight advanced DLP projectors

By Digital Edge Bureau, 08.10.2017, 01:43
 
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Ricoh’s PJ 2440 series of DLP-based projectors are light-weight, and highly efficient ones

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Yuki Uchida, VP & CMO, Ricoh India: Exuberant about new series of DLP projectors

Widely known as the printing major in India, Ricoh has buttressed its repertoire of projectors by introducing the new ‘PJ 2440’ series of DLP-based light-weight, and highly efficient projectors in the country. With models in PJ S2440, PJ X2440 and PJ WX2440, Ricoh brings in compact and truly versatile projectors for office and class-room environments.
“Equipped with DLP (digital light processing) technology, this new range of durable and lightweight projectors enhance the way information is shared in offices, classrooms, conferences or any set venue. These projectors offer brighter, clearer and powerful projections which bring life to any message or data being shared to the audience. As always we promise to deliver the best to our consumers, and this undoubtedly is one of our best”, said Yuki Uchida, VP & CMO, Ricoh India Ltd.
The entry-level projector, RICOH PJ S2440, can be used for big screens, still images, PowerPoint presentations and projections of desktop or computer screen. At a brightness of 3,000 lumens and a high contrast of 10000:1, this model brings in truly high quality. With the PJ S2440, one can project images with SVGA resolution at up to 800 x 600 dpi with a 4:3 aspect ratio for easy viewing. This model weighs 2.6kg and comes with HDMI connectivity option.
On the other hand, RICOH PJ X2440, emitting 3,000 lumens brightness, has the ability to project with XGA resolution at up to 1024 x 768 dpi; while RICOH PJ WX2440 can project images with WXGA resolution at up to 1280 x 800 dpi and 3,100 lumens brightness. Both these models feature a 16:10 aspect ratio, multiple input terminals including a built-in HDMI/MHL port to plug in a wider range of multimedia devices like desktop computers, laptops, tablets, DVD and Blu-ray players. Besides, optional 3D projection tools can be added for an up-close-and-personal look at CAD drawings, blueprints, special videos and more. For wireless projection, a Wi-Fi dongle can be used.
As these projectors are powered by DLP, Users can adjust brightness for darker colours automatically to reduce energy usage, without distorting the quality of image with the ‘Eco Mode’. Although the internal speakers have brilliant sound quality, there is port for plugging in external speakers. In addition, the lamp life of the projectors can be extended from 5,000 hours to a whopping 6,000 hours.

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