NEC India to increase focus on the education sector
In a bid to increase focus on the education sector, NEC India, a provider of enterprise display solutions, has launched its first 3D-enabled DLP based multifunction projector – NP216G, at a series of road shows conducted in India.
The NP216G is a portable, lightweight DLP projector, which supports up to a native 1024x 768 XGA resolution and features an impressive 2500 ANSI lumens output for high contrast images (20000:1).
The average lamp life is extended up to 5000 hours with the use of its ECO Mode technology and lowers power consumption to 210W (0.7W in standby mode). Power management allows the projector to turn off automatically when an incoming signal is not detected on any of the inputs, and its quick start (3-4 seconds) and shutdown technology allows immediate use and power off functionality without the need for a cooling period.
“We believe that a focused learning environment for students is the key for excellence. Incorporating technology in the curriculum at any level can greatly increase the effectiveness of teaching. The world is quickly learning the benefits of adding multimedia capabilities to educational environments,” said Rajiv Bhalla, country head (sales & marketing) of NEC India
NEC is also targeting verticals like education, hospitality, enterprise, biometric security and other growth segments through its products & solution suite comprising projectors, commercial display units, EPABX, IP Telephony, Point of Sale (POS) solutions & Biometric ID solutions, thin client, VPCC solutions, server and storage devices.
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