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InFocus Meeting Room Now Shipping

InFocus Corp. is now shipping its new IN3108 meeting room DLP projector. The native WXGA model offers DisplayLink for Windows and Mac so users can connect and project instantly over a USB connection. 5/20/2009 6:22 AM Eastern

InFocus Meeting Room Now Shipping

InFocus Corp. is now shipping its new IN3108 meeting room DLP projector. The native WXGA model offers DisplayLink for Windows and Mac so users can connect and project instantly over a USB connection. It also features ProjectorNet 3.0 management and networking capabilities when used with the ProjectorNet Adaptor.

InFocus Corp. is now shipping its new IN3108 meeting room DLP projector. The native WXGA model offers DisplayLink for Windows and Mac so users can connect and project instantly over a USB connection. It also features ProjectorNet 3.0 management and networking capabilities when used with the ProjectorNet Adaptor.

The IN3108 projects 3,500 lumens and is the company's first to come equipped with the InFocus Dynamic Messaging System (DMS), an internal broadcast solution that allows on-screen display of messages via networked InFocus projectors.

"Technology enhancements for meeting rooms can have big payoffs for companies, such as efficient group collaboration and increased productivity," said David Woolf, InFocus' vice president of marketing, in a statement. "With features such as DisplayLink USB, LiteSwitch, and ProjectorNet 3.0, InFocus' IN3108 raises the bar for meeting room productivity."

The IN3108 comes with several connectivity options, including HDMI, RS-232, VGA ports, and a wireless-ready port for LiteShow II Wireless. It has a projection range of 5 to 36 feet, which allows for installation flexibility.

"With easy networking and connectivity, the IN3108 is a projector that is perfect for a corporate meeting room environment," said Eric Curry, Oregon account executive for CompView, in a prepared statement. "Our clients have noticed a significant amount of time saved in-between company meetings with the DisplayLink technology."



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