HP project wireless digital display

HP has announced the launch of a new range of digital projectors for the region, which the company says is ideal for business, government bodies and educational institutions, but are also being sought after by consumers as well.

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By  Paul Barthram Published  September 29, 2003

HP has announced the launch of a new range of digital projectors for the region, which the company says is ideal for business, government bodies and educational institutions, but are also being sought after by consumers as well.

HP's Digital projector 8000 series are multi-purpose projectors, which can be either used to present to large conferences, small seminars, or hooked up to just play DVD films. The company said users purchasing the projectors can be assured of HP's superior image quality, ease of use and wireless connectivity.

"Mobility and workplace flexibility are key drivers of successful business models today. HP's micro portable digital projector products can offer businesses a unique formula to make their workforces truly mobile and efficient. Sometimes, jazzing up a presentation with bright colours, sharp images and unique graphics can bring the deal-closer in a business presentation. HP's new portfolio of digital projectors is a fine addition to our mobile solutions and offers businesses increased return on IT investment," said Olivier Evain, commercial manager of the Imaging and Printing Group, HP Middle East.

The HP Digital Projector xp8000 series is the first line of projectors in the industry to offer dual colour wheels for rich colours and multimedia viewing. The xp8010 delivers 2600 peak ANSI lumens at an XGA resolution and has a wireless controller with USB mouse function and laser pointer for ease of use and flexibility. The multilingual On Screen Display (OSD), menu selection options and 5-watt stereo platform with acoustic chambers allow users to inject life into presentations.

Evian said that while the features offered good use for businesses, the mobile models had proved popular with consumers looking to enhance the home cinema experience. The company now sees three target sectors for the projectors with six models designed for the consumer, mobile user, and high end markets.

HP will be looking to offer special pricing for the channel in the near future, and for those wishing to know more are advised to look out for the company's stand at Gitex where HP will be displaying a selection of the models.

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