InFocus puts BYOD at the heart of projector launches
InFocus has introduced three projector lines to support BYOD in meeting spaces and classrooms.
The nine projectors in the IN130, IN130ST and IN2130 series are customisable with the TechStation internal HDMI 1.4 bay that lets users add a Google Chromecast, Intel Computer Stick, InFocus SimpleShare, Asus Chromebit, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Android TV Stick or any other HDMI-compatible device into the bay.
InFocus’s Smooth Flow fan design is claimed to offer quiet operation. Projectors have a lamp life of up to 15,000 hours, 28,500:1 contrast ratio and BrilliantColor DLP imaging technology.
The IN130 and IN130ST series were designed for classrooms. The IN130 series replaces the IN120x series with three models, IN134, IN136, IN138HD. The IN130ST series brings new short-throw projectors to replace the IN120STx line with IN134ST, IN136ST, and IN138HDST models for a 100-in image from less than 1.2m away.
InFocus is targeting meeting rooms and huddle spaces with the new IN2130 series to replace the IN2120x series. The three projector models, IN2134, IN2136, and IN2138HD offer 4,500 lumens of brightness and display content from any HDMI-compatible device inserted into the TechStation feature.
All nine new projector models from InFocus include a powered HDMI port for mobile charging and device power, along with support for 3D content from video games, PC programs, and Blu-ray (with 144Hx DLP Link 3D glasses, sold separately).