Saturday, February 5, 2011

The New P Series from NEC

NEC has recently released their latest projector series, the P series. This new line of wide screen projectors was designed to be incorporated into boardrooms, classrooms, and even government training facilities.

There are three different models within the P series: the P350X, the P420X, and the P350W. All three of these projectors not only have low power-draw but also fantastic features like HDMI input, maintenence-free operation, and built-in wireless networking cards. There are also some great bundled software features that include wall color correction, automatic keystone correction, carbon saving meter, Virtual RemoteT, and closed captioning.

All of the P projectors feature some very good specs. The P350X has a brightness level of 3,500 lumens and an XGA native resolution. With the P350W there is a brightness level of 3,500 lumens and a WXGA native resolution, and the P420X offers 4,200 lumens and XGA native resolution. These are the brightest widescreen projectors that NEC has ever produced. Each of the projectors comes standard with a three-year limited parts and labor warranty. Included is lamp coverage for up to one year or 500 hours (whichever comes first). These projectors will be available a little later in February. The P350X will be offered for $1,649, the P350W will cost $1,799, and the P420X will go for $1,999.

These are some great projectors. They’re a little pricey, but this is due to the fact that they really offer some fantastic features. We’ll just have to see how people respond to the P series and its price tag when they are released later this month.

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