Panasonic India Launches Intel Pro Widi Supported Portable LCD Projector, PT-VW350 Series

Posted by News Room On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 0 comments
Panasonic India  introduced its new range of Portable LCD Projector VW350 series- PT-VW350, PT-VW355N and PT-VX425 which are a clear departure from the previous projectors mainly targeting lucrative verticals such as education and the corporate sector.
The new projectors are supported by Intel Pro WiDi thereby enabling wireless technology with enhanced security and improved usability. In order to support the fast moving wireless trend in the market, Panasonic’s wireless technology also allows multi device projection mainly supporting Windows/ Mac and iOS/ Android operating system. The new LCD projectors are also the smallest and lightest in the 4,000 Im (Lumen) brightness class category. All models include an HDMI input, monitor out, and two D-sub inputs as well as an inbuilt 10W speaker. Network variants allow the addition of a memory viewer for easy media display via a USB memory stick.
Additionally, with the use of an original Panasonic iOS, Android™, and PC wireless application software, screen projection from multiple PCs (up to 16 units*4) and simultaneous wireless transmission from one PC to multiple projectors are possible. These screen sharing functions promote efficiency in participatory meetings and group study. These projectors also deliver long-lasting images with a maximum of 7,000 hours lamp and filter replacement cycle. These projectors are not only easy to install but can also be maintained effortlessly.
Expressing his views on the launch, Vishal Kanwal, Business Head (Projectors & Display) Panasonic India said, “The introduction of the new range of LCD projectors reinstates our commitment towards meeting the evolving need of enterprises today. From wireless connectivity to light processing improvements, the new LCD projectors do not only incorporate new technological advancements but also enable easy maintenance and enhanced installation efficiency.

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