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Lenovo ThinkVision C400 wireless projector
Jasper Huitink : October 11th 2005 - 23:21 CET
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LenovoLenovo ThinkVision C400 wireless projector : Lenovo today announced the first ThinkVision C400 Wireless Projector to project image files, deliver a presentation or share photos, without the need to connect to a notebook or desktop PC. Equipped with 802.11b/g integrated wireless capabilities and a USB key input, users can project wirelessly without added components, such as an external module, audio or video cables. The ThinkVision marks an important advancement in innovation as wireless mobility is extending outside the realm of PCs to the options traditionally used with them. In a simple three-step process, presenters can easily connect, set up and run presentations on an existing network through an encrypted wireless connection.
Lenovo ThinkVision C400 wireless projectorLenovo image file projector
For multiple users delivering presentations sequentially, the Lenovo ThinkVision C400 Wireless Projector offers a seamless and wireless transition to the next speaker with a click of the remote. For further ease-of-use, the projector is automatically activated when users press Fn+F7 to run Lenovo's Presentation Director, a ThinkPad notebook software program designed to manage projector settings and simplify the user experience. The C400 Wireless Projector is priced at 2,499 dollars.

Lenovo ThinkVision C400 projector
With the ThinkVision C400 Wireless Projector, presenters can take their minds off of potential technical difficulties in the crucial minutes before a presentation, such as multiple cable connections, room logistics or notebook configurations, and focus on delivering a convincing pitch without technology diverting audience attention.

Lenovo wireless presentation - USB slot
"Business presenters have more important priorities than dealing with difficulties connecting audio and video cables to notebook computers," said Bob Galush, vice president, product marketing, Lenovo. "I have observed and delivered many customer presentations, and the ability to walk into a room and connect wirelessly or plug a memory key containing your presentation into the USB slot is a valuable asset."

ThinkVision C400 wireless - Compact projector
Equipped with 2,650 lumens and weighing 7.5 pounds, the C400 Wireless Projector is a bright, compact, feature-rich projector ideal for departmental sharing, use in lecture halls and classrooms, or ceiling mounting in conference rooms. In addition to its integrated wireless capabilities, the C400 Wireless Projector includes all traditional cable connections to offer users a choice in how they work.

Lenovo projector C400 ThinkVision - HDTV compatible
With HDTV compatibility and wireless connectivity in offices and boardrooms, the ThinkVision C400 Wireless Projector can handle a wide-range of business activities typical in today's work environments, including streaming video. Other features include DLP technology that produces brilliant colors, XGA native resolution, and picture-in-picture capability to display multiple input sources at once.

About Lenovo
Lenovo is the world's third-largest personal computing company, with a business model built on innovation, operational efficiency and investment in emerging markets. Formed by Lenovo Group's acquisition of the former IBM Personal Computing Division, the company has major research centers in Yamato, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; and Raleigh, North Carolina, and develops, manufactures and markets reliable, high-quality, secure, and easy-to-use technology products and services worldwide.

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