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Christie at Campus Technology 2015

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Christie is showing the Christie Captiva DHD400S ultra short throw projector, the 65 inch multi-touch Christie FHD651-T LCD panel and the Christie Brio Team+ at Campus Technology 2015, July 27-30 at Hynes Convention Center in Boston.

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The Christie Team Brio+
Visitors to the booth will see technology for learning environments, including the Christie Captiva DHD400S, a laser phosphor projector.

This 1DLP projector produces 3500 lumens with an ultra short throw lens and gives 20,000 hours of light. The 0.25:1 short lens throw ratio of the DHD400S allows students and teachers to get close to the display without disrupting the image.

Also on the booth is the Christie Brio Team+, a tool that allows users to connect wirelessly share information using their preferred device. The tool displays video in native resolution through wired DVI-D inputs and connects to an existing audio system.

Christie FHD651-T 65-inch LCD touch panel can be paired with the Brio Team+ to turn the 65-inch touch panel into a collaborative whiteboard with up to four simultaneous touches. For use in portrait or landscape orientation, the FHD651-T 65-inch LCD touch panel has HD resolution and a range of inputs including HDMI, DP and DVI.


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