Hitachi Offers Up Two New Projectors for Use in Schools and Business
Our CCS manufacturing partner Hitachi America recently unveiled two new projector models that offer audio-visual solutions to business users in schools, companies, government offices and entertainment venues. Hitachi expanded its Interactive projector lineup by introducing the Hitachi CP-TW3003 and the CP-TW2503, two bright projector models that offer improved image quality, wireless networking and flexible connectivity.
The two models are designed to work in corporate or academic environments. The CP-TW3003 (3,300 lumens of brightness) and the CP-TW2503 (2,700 lumens) both offer three USB inputs for use with a USB memory stick, wireless adapter or mouse plus component, composite video, audio and mic A/V jacks. Users can connect computers or smartphones wirelessly to the projectors for seamless presentations. They’re also good in wired environments, as both models have computer monitor and audio outputs.
The projectors’ features help meet the growing interactive needs of users working in K-12, higher education, and corporate business environments. With easy installation and calibration, the CP-TW3003 and CP-TW2503 provide vibrant image quality with cost-effective operation, while producing large images in small spaces. Among the exciting new features in this line include
- A sophisticated, innovative technology that utilizes 3 chips to deliver vibrant, true-to-life and consistent images for the most demanding audiences.
- A hybrid filter that lasts longer than conventional filters. This extension in maintenance intervals reduces the overall cost of ownership significantly.
- interactivity among several displays and several pen markers at the same time.
Hitachi and CCS Presentation Systems have worked diligently throughout the year to provide customers with audio-visual solutions. Since announcing the partnership in the early part of 2014, CCS has been able to provide incredible projector solutions to all of our higher education, corporate and government customers.
For more information about Hitachi projectors from CCS, visit www.ccsprojects.com. CCS was recently ranked by Systems Contractor News as one of the nation’s top audio visual integrators, by Commercial Integrator as the No. 1 audio visual integrator for the hospitality industry and by Ranking Arizona as the No. 2 Computer Training Center in Arizona.