ViewSonic presents projector range aimed at enterprise and education

Macworld Australia Staff
4 August, 2011
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Connect in the classroom and engage in the enterprise

Sydney, Australia, August 4, 2011 – ViewSonic, global technology provider and renowned worldwide leader of visual display products is reinforcing its projector line up with a range of interactive and professional displays. The ViewSonic 7 Series projectors, designed for the education environment, offer a multitude of teacher-friendly features and valuable additions to any interactive instruction. The ViewSonic Pro 8 Series projectors, ideal for any business backdrop, allow professionals to deliver detailed presentations in any setting regardless of lighting conditions.

ViewSonic 7 Series

With five models in the series – PJD7382, PJD7383, PJD7383i, PJD7583w and PJD7583wi, the 3D-ready ViewSonic 7 Series projectors promote improved class participation by providing a visual source for dynamic presentations and enabling teachers to improvise an interactive whiteboard at a click away. Negating the need for costly interactive whiteboards, the ViewSonic “i” Series projectors – PJD7383i and PJD7583wi includes exclusive ViewSonic iProjector technology allowing users to to write directly onto the projected image with the included interactive PointBlank pen.

The ViewSonic 7 Series projectors feature an amazingly small throw ratio, projecting 80-inch images presented from just one metre away putting an end to teachers being blinded by the bright light. Fitted with Digital Keystone Correction which instantly square images to correct proportion, 1024 x 768 resolution and 3000 lumens, the ViewSonic 7 Series projectors delivers all-digital clarity and outstanding quality imagery in virtually any venue. A microphone input is included and the entire range is equipped with advanced Crestron network control using the local area network (LAN).

ViewSonic Pro 8 Series

In a commercial context, the ViewSonic Pro 8 Series possesses the power to stage projection in large rooms without loss of picture quality. Incorporating BrilliantColor™ technology, the ViewSonic Pro 8 Series projectors produce more vivid colours and project in high resolution, as well as present Blu-ray content, HD videos and images in their true nature. Brightness levels can reach up to 5000 ANSI lumens and the range include a contrast ratio of 3000:1.

The ViewSonic Pro 8 Series projectors provide advanced functionality, are easy to maintain and have a low total cost of ownership. With lamp life of 3000 hours in Eco-Mode, the ViewSonic Pro 8 Series projectors are compatible with Crestron advanced network control, making them simple to monitor remaining lamp-life and check for faults. Access via the top cover of the projector allows the lamp to be easily changed, no matter how the device is mounted.

Furthermore, a multitude of connectivity options make the ViewSonic 7 Series and ViewSonic Pro 8 Series projectors versatile. ViewSonic 7 Series projectors feature USB and LAN display, providing the flexibility to choose how to send content to the device. ViewSonic Pro 8 Series include HDMI, video and PC inputs allowing a range of devices to be connected.

The ViewSonic 7 Series and ViewSonic Pro 8 Series projectors are available now in Australia and New Zealand. RRPs inc GST:

About ViewSonic

ViewSonic® Corporation is a leading global provider of technology products. ViewSonic develops, markets and supports a broad range of innovative products, including media and PC tablets, LCD monitors, PCs, projectors, digital signage displays, digital photo frames and other technology solutions. For more information, visit www.viewsonic.com.au

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Christine Kardashian
Dash PR
+61 2 8084 0705 | +61 416 005 703
chris@dashpr.com.au

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