Hitachi America Introduces the ED-X8250 Projector

Bringing high resolution and affordability to the business market, Hitachi has announced the introduction of the new ED-X8250 projector.
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Hitachi America Brings Introduces the ED-X8250 Projector

Dec 8, 2005 8:00 AM

Hitachi's ED-X8250 features XGA resolution, 2000 ANSI lumens, and a 4,000 hour lamp life.

Bringing high resolution and affordability to the business market, Hitachi has announced the introduction of the new ED-X8250 projector.

“Presentations require sharp, vivid pictures from a projector that is light and portable,” says Pete Denes, director of sales, Hitachi America. “The ED-X8250 delivers on those elements in a sleek, new chassis while remaining a cost-effective solution for presenters in a variety of environments.”

The ED-X8250 offers the business and portable projector market a full-featured, high-quality projector that makes sense for any application, no matter how rigorous the demands. Measuring a compact 12”x3.4”x9.8” and weighing a mere 6.2lbs., it can meet business requirements for projectors in permanent or portable applications. The bright 2000 ANSI lumens projector with a 400:1 contrast ratio provides the business market with a brilliant picture at the clarity and sharpness required to detail critical information in a business presentation. At a resolution of 1024x768 and 4:3 aspect ratio, it can meet the quality demands of any application. Noise level is a quiet 33dB in whisper mode.

For more information about the ED-X8250, visit www.hitachi.us.

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