Extends leadership in mobile notebook projector category
InFocus Corporation (NASDAQ:INFS), the industry pioneer in digital projection technology, is excited to introduce the InFocus Work Big IN12, our latest addition to a broad portfolio of ultra-mobile projectors. This new ultra-slim mobile projector is designed with impressive compact optics and advanced DLP technology. The Work Big IN12 ultra-mobile notebook projector delivers both performance and an ultra-slim compact design, giving business professionals the ability to present on the road or in the boardroom.
Thinner than most notebook computers at an ultra-slim 1.7″ (1.3″ at the thinnest point), and weighing only 3.9 pounds, the InFocus Work Big IN12 is extremely portable, easily slipping into a bag or briefcase right alongside a laptop computer. Although this ultra-mobile notebook projector may seem small in size, the Work Big IN12 offers impressive brightness with 2,000 ANSI lumens and crisp image quality provided by an 1800:1 contrast ratio. In addition, the new Work Big IN12 features XGA resolution, a filter-free design and the proven picture reliability of DLP technology from Texas Instruments, making it one of the most affordable and reliable solutions for businesses today.
“With the announcement of the Work Big IN12, InFocus adds to an already impressive line of mobile projectors weighing less than four pounds,” said InFocus Senior Director of Product Management, David Woolf. “We are excited to continue enhancing our mobile portfolio with new products that meet the unique needs of the global business professional on the go.”
The Work Big IN12 provides all the power and performance, without sacrificing ease-of-use. Features such as a wide-angle 2X zoom lens and motorized micro-adjustable focus give presenters the freedom to display large, crisp images in the tightest meeting spaces — from as close as 2.7′ away. The ultra-slim IN12 notebook projector supports both front and rear projection, and the automatic keystone correction provides a perfect image, without the need for manual adjustment as the presenter moves from venue to venue. The integrated XGA native resolution also flawlessly displays media-rich presentations, including automatic scaling for 16:9 video and true HD sources. And the Work Big IN12 ships standard with a wireless infrared remote, giving presenters the power and confidence to interact with their audience, without being tethered to their notebook computer.
The Work Big IN12 not only enhances a business person’s presentation capabilities, but offers additional video connectivity inputs, including composite video and a VGA port, which allows the option of accepting component video, so presenters can go from data to video sources with ease. The Work Big IN12 is the perfect solution for the business traveler requiring an ultra-slim projector that provides bright, powerful presentations, while fitting nicely into any briefcase.
The Work Big IN12 will be available in late August 2007 for $1,249 from authorized resellers or directly from InFocus. For more information about InFocus Work Big and complementary products, please visit http://www.infocus.com.
About InFocus Corporation
InFocus Corporation (NASDAQ: INFS) is the industry pioneer and a leader in the digital projection market today. Nearly twenty years of experience and engineering breakthroughs are at work here, constantly improving what you see in the marketplace, and delivering immersive audio visual impact in home entertainment, business and education environments. Being the inventor and leader is simply a great bonus of making the presentation of ideas, information, and entertainment a vivid, unforgettable experience, and we believe our product contributions set the standard for what a big picture experience should be like. For more information call us toll-free at 800-294-6400 (U.S. and Canada).
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