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Mark Peters : March 10th 2017 - 09:33 CET

NEC Filter-Free Laser Projectors

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NECWorld’s First Filter-Free LCD Laser projectors : NEC Display Solutions of America announced the NP-PA653UL and NP-PA803UL installation projectors, the world’s first filter-free LCD laser models ready to enter the market. The projectors’ laser light sources and sealed optical engines prevent the accumulation of dust particles and give users 20,000 hours of maintenance-free performance. Delivering 6,500 lumens and 8,000 lumens of brightness, respectively, the PA Series projectors give schools, museums, corporations, retailers and other organizations clear, readable images, and high, consistent light output. NEC Display’s filter-less operation represents both a technical design and an industry breakthrough. Facing less projector downtime and fewer service repairs, users can maximize their technology investments and the applications available to them.
NEC Laser LCD projectors

NEC Laser LCD Projectors
The NEC NP-PA653UL laser projector will be available in April 2017 at a minimum advertised price of $7,779, and the NEC NP-PA803UL laser projector will be available in August 2017. Both NEC projectors ship with a 3-year limited parts and labor warranty. “Built on innovation, NEC Display is always exploring ways to reduce downtime and elevate the user experience,” said Richard McPherson, Senior Product Manager of Projectors at NEC Display. “With no lamps or maintenance required, users get to enjoy the PA Series’ consistent color and uniform brightness while focusing their attention on advancing creative, educational and business objectives.”

NEC PA Series WUXGA projectors

NEC PA Series WUXGA projectors
• Improved picture processing capabilities with NEC’s unique Scaler Chip
• 4K/60p input and shares signal output with multi daisy-chained connected projectors
• Rec2020 color conversion for clear, readable images
• Image noise reduction and de-interlacing
• Scaling and full 10-bit color processing for better overall viewing experience
• Up to 8,000:1 contrast ratio
• Variety of inputs and outputs, including Dual HDMI
• DisplayPort with HDCP and HDBaseT with HDCP
• 360-degree positioning support in any direction.

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