by June 10, 2011 0 comments

NEC India announced its new range of portable and eco friendly M Series projectors, including M350X / M300X / M260X / M230X / M300W / M260W. Offering improved ease-of-use at a reduced cost, the M-Series projection solutions are affordable without compromising on the rich visual experience.  These models were developed to address the needs of corporate and educational institutions that are on a tight budget, yet require bright wired / wireless network projectors with remote monitoring and control capabilities.

Specifically developed with the user’s experience in mind, the M-Series include many user-friendly features for improved ease-of-use and installation. Not only are the projectors equipped with HDMI connector and a wired/wireless (option) LAN port for projecting high quality digital images, it also allows users to connect to a computer using a standard USB cable, bypassing the need for computer cables. The remote control of the projector is also capable of conventional computer mouse operations, thus eliminating the continuous switch between a mouse and remote for different operations during presentations. The projector also has a viewer function that allows one to project data stored on USB memory via the plug and play mode, enabling presentations to be made without a computer.


Speaking about the series, Abhilesh Guleria, Head — IT Platform & Display Solutions Business at NEC India, elaborated, “NEC products are specifically designed and developed after a comprehensive analysis of the consumer needs. With NEC’s new range of M-Series projectors, we aim to strengthen small and medium businesses and educational institutions in their operations. These projectors are absolutely convenient and highly portable to address their business requirements. Also, due to being ecologically modeled, they ensure higher efficiency in terms of value and features.”


Besides functionality, the M-series is geared towards environmentally friendly operation as well. The projectors come equipped with the options of an ‘Auto Eco Mode’, which automatically adjusts the brightness of the projected image to suit the environment, and the ‘Eco2 Mode’ which reduces light intensity during small screen projections.


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