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CP-X265 LCD Projector From Hitachi Brings Networking

Bringing advanced networking capabilities to the education and large-venue markets, the Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division of Hitachi America is introducing its new CP-X265 LCD projector.
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CP-X265 LCD Projector From Hitachi Brings Networking

Jul 13, 2006 8:00 AM

Bringing advanced networking capabilities to the education and large-venue markets, the Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division of Hitachi America is introducing its new CP-X265 LCD projector. The CP-X265 allows for remote control and monitoring, adding to the convenience of the user and a lower cost of ownership.

“The advantages of networking capabilities for projectors is very apparent in educational environments,” says Pete Denes, vice president of sales, Hitachi America, Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division, Business Group. “Combined with the high performance for which all Hitachi projectors are known, the added features of the CP-X265 make it an ideal display option for schools of all levels.”

The Hitachi CP-X265 projector allows for web control, enabling management of several projectors simultaneously over a network. Additionally, the CP-X265 boasts an e-Shot feature that enables up to four electronic images to be recalled or displayed using the projector’s remote control, Hitachi’s PJCtrl or PJMan applications.

In addition to remote monitoring and control, the CP-X265 also features MyScreen/MyMemory preset options, a remote control with Hitachi’s “MyButtons” function, and advanced security features including a security bar, Kensington slot, and transition detector. The CP-X265 offers a brightness of 2500 ANSI lumens at 7.2 lbs.

Additionally, the CP-X265 LCD projector offers a contrast ratio of 500:1 and XGA (1024x768) resolution. The CP-X265 features a low 33dB noise rating (in whisper mode), 1:1.2 manual zoom, and digital keystone correction.

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