InFocus LPT 600 Projector

By Felix, Kathie | Multimedia & Internet@Schools, September-October 2004 | Go to article overview

InFocus LPT 600 Projector


Felix, Kathie, Multimedia & Internet@Schools


THE COMPANY: InFocus 27700B SW Parkway Avenue Wilsonville, OR 97070

Phone: 800/294-6400 or 503/685-8888

Fax: 503/685-8887

Internet: http://www.infocus.com/

The InFocus LPT 600 projector offers a variety of connection options--wired or wireless, computer or video sources--even the option to go PC-free with a USB flash drive.

The unit provides 2,000 lumens, a contrast ratio of 1,000:1, native XGA resolution, and a variety of connection options including M1-DA and VESA for computers, 3.5 mm stereo audio input and loop, S-Video, and component (RCA) video.

Also included are an intuitive remote, user-defined controls, LCD display for instant status updates, auto keystone correction, and rich sound capabilities.

The projector provides a 4:3 native aspect ratio; data compatibility with SXGA, XGA, SVGA, VGA, Macintosh, HDTV 1080i, 1080p, 720p, and 480p; DLP display technology from Texas Instruments; an image size of 26 inches (66.0 cm) to greater than 215 inches (546.1 cm); and native XGA 1024 x 768 resolution.

Also featured are a manual zoom lens; front, rear, and ceiling projection methods; a 1.83:1-2.27:1 throw ratio (throw distance/image width); automatic ceiling detection; and video compatibility with SDTV (NTSC, PAL, SECAM), ED/HDTV (Component, RGBHV, and DVI for signal formats 480p, 576p, 720p, and 1080i).

The projector ships standard with a soft carry case, Navigator remote, color-coded cable straps, M1A computer cable with USB mouse, audio cables, RCA video cable, power cord, user manual, quick start card, and CD. …

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