Hitachi America continues its commitment to improving system management and communication with the introduction of several networkable 3LCD projector models. The new CP-X4011N, CP-X3011N, CP-X2511N, and CP-X2011N feature networking technology that enables users to share data between multiple projectors.
The four new projectors also make it easy to send images from one or more networked computers. In addition, Hitachi’s Messenger function enables users to transmit text data to any or all projectors on the network. This is an easy and efficient way to send announcements, such as campus notifications, school activities and daily schedules.
The CP-X4011N, CP-X3011N, CP-X2511N and CP-X2011N also include new features such as a USB connection, allowing users to quickly and easily display content from a PC via a USB cable. Also new to Hitachi, the projectors are equipped with a microphone input which, in conjunction with two built-in 8W speakers, can be used for audio purposes, even when the projector is in standby mode.
All four projectors feature an HDMI input terminal for receiving digital video signals. By keeping the signal in the digital domain, the projector delivers high-quality images that are faithful to the original signal.