Hitachi Introduces CP-X251 3LCD Projector for Education Market
Sep 19, 2006 2:13 PM
Setting new standards in brightness performance, reliability, and versatility for educators in a variety of presentation environments, Hitachi America, Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division, introduced the new CP-X251 3LCD projector. The 2,000-ANSI-lumen CP-X251 projector offers advanced functionality for the education market, including Hitachi's exclusive Input Source Naming function, which allows users to customize the names of their individual input sources. The CP-X251 also features two RGB inputs, MyScreen/MyMemory preset options, and a remote control with Hitachi's "MyButtons" function.
The CP-X251 boasts customizable resolution, giving presenters the ability to automatically resize special resolutions or undetectable wide size resolution images and set to the best position on the screen, creating a near-perfect image. Additionally, the CP-X251 is equipped with a security bar, Kensington security slot and transition detector (a sensor located inside the projector that recognizes when the projector has been moved). The projector is protected against unauthorized operation with its PIN code security system.
"The new CP-X251 3LCD projector provides customers in the education market with the advanced features and premier quality and reliability that are Hitachi's recognized attributes, at an extremely competitive price point," says Pete Denes, vice president of sales, Hitachi America, Ubiquitous Business Platform Systems Division, Business Group. "The CP-X251's ease of use and functionality makes it the perfect presentation solution for an array of environments."