Eiki International Introduces the EK-306U and EK-307W LCD Meeting Room Projectors

Two new models with support for today’s mobile professionals
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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – InfoComm booth C2143… Eiki International, Inc. a world leader for over 40 years in projection technology, is pleased to debut the EK-306U and EK307W Meeting Room Projectors. Featuring 3 LCD design for excellent image quality and reliability, the EK-306U offers 5,000 ANSI Lumens brightness and WUXGA resolution while the EK-307W delivers 5,100 ANSI Lumens and WXGA resolution. With a wide assortment of input connectors, up to 4,000-hour lamp life and an integrated 10-watt loudspeaker for audio, these new meeting room projectors facilitate both portability and flexible installation while being designed for easy maintenance.

Common to both the EK-306U and EK-307W, users will appreciate the projectors’ 10,000:1 contrast ratio—ensuring superior detail for the projected image; be it numbers, pictures, graphs, text, or video. Equally notable are the projectors’ Lens Shift capabilities, with manual adjustments of up to 45% vertical and 10% horizontal, as well as Corner Keystone Correction.

Mobile professionals with most certainly appreciate the fact that these new projectors offer HDMI™ with MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link), making them an exceptional choice capable of displaying HD Video from smartphones and tablets—providing maximum versatility for a wide range of content sources. Additional input capability is provided via a second HDMI port, two VGA connectors, a 15-pin D-Sub connector for S-Video, plus one USB Type A connector (for Viewer) and a USB Type B port (for Display / Service). Audio In and Out are accessed via 3.5 mm minijack connectors as well as for the Remote Control In. With their wealth of connectivity options, these projectors make it easy to get up and running quickly.

Equally notable, the EK-306U provides an X1.6 zoom lens with a short throw ratio of 1.07 – 1.75:1 while the EK-307W’s is 1.16 – 1.89:1. Further, the EK-307W incorporates curved correction capability. These attributes enable both projectors to handle demanding projection environments. Augmenting this versatility is the fact that both models offer RJ-45 LAN control support for Crestron RoomView™, AMX Device Discovery Technology, and PJ Link.

Steve Rubery, Eiki’s General Manager commented on the company’s new EK-306U and EK-307W projectors, “These new projectors deliver the rich feature set that today’s business professionals demand. With the exceptional picture quality offered by LCD technology, presentations will really stand out. A shorter throw lens combined with manual zoom/focus lens and corner keystone correction make them a popular choice for the rental staging market. I’m confident both AV integrators and business professionals alike will find much to like with these new projectors.”

Eiki’s new EK-306U and EK307W Meeting Room Projectors are available now. MSRP pricing is as follows:

· EK-306U: $2,795

· EK-307W: $1,995.

About EIKI

Founded in 1953 in Osaka, Japan, the company established its international network with film projection. The EIKI name literally means "projectors" in Japanese. Today, the company manufactures and markets a broad range of projection technology for education, religion, government and business communication, and offer it through a network of professional audio video dealers. http://www.eiki.com.





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