InFocus launching IN1100 and IN1500 series of video projectors

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InFocus has launched two new projectors aimed at those in business and education. While they’re not the most sexy projectors going, they pack some nifty features that’ll make them the envy of the conference room or classroom (if that’s possible).

The IN1100 series of projectors are small enough to hold in the palm of your hand, so are easily transportable.

Its DLP BrilliantColor technology is no pushover when it comes to projection, and it boast up to 2,200 ANSI lumens of brightness so you don’t have to fumble around in a blacked out room when giving your presentation. It can handle both 4:3 and 16:10 aspect ratios.

Also fitted with DisplayLink, a port increasingly found on laptop PCs, other features include timer, and presets for projecting onto different surfaces.

The IN1100 will cost £699, and the slightly brighter IN1102 will cost £799, available this month.

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Moving on to the IN5100 series offering 5,000 ANSI lumens of brightness for larger venues.

Though it wouldn’t be your first choice for a dedicated home cinema set up, the projector can be used for high definition display, thanks to HDMI inputs and 1080p capability. It can even display two 1080p sources side by side thanks to SplitScreen technology.

Available this month, the 4000 lumens XGA IN5102 costs £1,599. The 4500 lumens W-XGA IN5104 costs £2,499, while the IN5106 XGA 5000 lumens projector costs £2,399.

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Andy Merrett