NEC India, display, network and IT solutions provider strengthens its focus on the education and the SMB market with the launch of its new high-performance, cost-effective V-series line of projectors which includes the V300X, V260X, V230X, V260 and V230 models. The V-Series models are specially suited for the Indian market as they offer cutting edge DLP technology with eco friendly features at an extremely competitive price point. NEC's V series' easy-to-use projection solutions not only renders high brightness through a small mobile projector to accommodate larger screen sizes, but also customizes to higher ambient lighting conditions.
This new range also stands out because of its strong environmental credentials and unbeatable cost of ownership, as verified by the TCO certification for the XGA models. The lamp life of the series is up to 5,000 hours when used in ECO Mode, which lowers power consumption. The remote includes a green ECO Mode button that works in conjunction with the carbon footprint meter to encourage the use of the ECO Mode. Additionally, the carbon footprint meter provides verified results about the carbon savings per session as well as the accumulated results over the lifetime of the projector. NEC has added a unique virtual remote software to allow users to control the projector via the VGA cable.
This 3D-enabled projector series allow users to present in a more engaging manner, to help viewers experience and connect more closely to the subject matter. Packed with powerful features, V-series projectors come with resolutions of 800×600 (SVGA), 1204×768 (XGA) a 2000:1 contrast ratio, and a brightness range from 2300 to 3000 ANSI Lumens (AL). All V-series projectors have excellent color reproduction because of the brilliant color and VIDI technology. The 3000 ANSI Lumens models additionally are NVIDIA certified, ensuring plug and play operation especially for 3D gaming and 3D photography. Some of the models from the V-series are also equipped with HDMI connectivity and improved video processing capabilities, enhancing the visual experience for the viewers.
Speaking about the series, Abhilesh Guleria, Country Head