February 16, 2016 News

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Until recently, -free projectors equipped with solid state illumination () light sources have only been available in the high end of the market due to advanced technology. converted all of its models to in 2010, and last year launched the models with a 1.1x optical zoom lens, making it much less expensive to purchase an projector.

Casio is set to expand its affordable-priced Core Series lineup of and light source projectors by adding three new models featuring a 1.5x optical zoom lens. Five new projectors are also to be expected. The models can also be used to power other devices with HDMI terminal connections.

Casio currently holds an 80% share of the global market for SSI projectors with 2500 or more. This position has allowed the company to develop the extensive new lineup being released.

The new projectors reach a maximum brightness in as fast as five seconds from power on and have a stated lifespan of up to 20,000 hours. No cool down period is necessary after power off — you can switch it back on and get going again immediately. The Instant Light Control feature allows adjustment of projection brightness using the left and right keys on the projector itself or on the remote control. The same feature on the Advanced Series projectors senses ambient brightness and automatically adjusts the projection brightness accordingly.

Casio is promoting its Laser & LED light source technology with the aim of replacing mercury lamp projectors. In doing so, Casio is helping to reduce the environmental impact of projectors by discontinuing the use of mercury and cutting down on power consumption, which helps to reduce emissions.

More Info:
Casio: www.casioprojector.shriro.com.au

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