WUXGA – 4200 Lumens – 16:10 Aspect Ratio
ADVANCED LCD SERIES
Advanced. LCD. Projection. For the first time in over a decade, InFocus welcomes its newest LCD projector. Of course, a lot has changed since InFocus released the first LCD over 25 years ago, but the dedication to the highest quality products and providing cutting-edge technologies has not.
Display over USB
The latest display technology! Display content from your Windows laptop or computer via the USB-C or USB-A port with a USB cable to the projector.
View files, images, and video with audio directly from a USB thumb drive using the projector USB-A port.
Six Point Pincushion & Barrel Adjustment
Projecting on to an uneven or rounded surface? We have you covered with our optical distortion algorithms and built-in image correction software.
Horizontal & Vertical Keystone
Correct the displayed image quickly and effortlessly with both horizontal and vertical keystone correction.
Display over LAN
Connect your projector and Windows device to the same local area network and display source content over the network to the projector and onto the big screen. When no network is available, we also offer the ability to display via USB to the projector’s RJ45 port by cable.
Logo Capture & Display
Display your company logo or school mascot on your projector start-up screen background with our built-in image capture tool.
Command & Control
Whichever protocol or hardware control device you are using we offer compatibility will all major formats and devices.
Optimal Contrast Ratio
The implementation of advanced Iris dynamically adjusts the iris settings providing brightness optimization to best suit the content being displayed. Advanced iris gives dark scenes and content darker blacks and opens up on bright scenes to make optimum use of the projector’s available light output. The resulting contrast levels are outstanding!
Need to see the detail in one part of an image or zoom in to display a different perspective? Our Screen Splicing allows you to cut the image into a 5×5 or less area and then take one section, or multiple sections, one at a time, and display it full screen.