Ricoh’s ultra short-throw projector receives 5-star rating
Sydney, 26 June 2012: A recent review undertaken by ProjectorCentral.com rated Ricoh’s flagship business projector model, the PJ WX4130N, 5-stars for performance and features. ProjectorCentral is not alone in its opinion of Ricoh’s ultra short-throw model; the PJ WX4130N won a Finalist Award from the distinguished 2012 International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA).
PJ WX4130N is new to the Australian market and has top notch image quality even at very close range. It has received top marks for performance, brightness and network flexibility and is yet another example of how innovative technology facilitates change every day.
“The PJ WX4130N is the most unique model we have in our range of business projectors. Being ultra short-throw it boasts the smallest footprint in the market and casts a 200 centimetre image from less than 25 centimetres from a screen or wall,” said David Hampe, Manager – Product Strategy at Ricoh Australia.
For ProjectorCentral the PJ WX4130N is an all-round performer on brightness, eco mode, image size & throw distance, connectivity and networking abilities. Its dynamism means it’s effective in an array of environments including classrooms, boardrooms and small meeting rooms.
"The WX4130N is an excellent short-throw projector with bright, colorful images that serve both classroom and boardroom requirements. However, its claim to fame is its networking ability, particularly when multiple users happen to be using iPads for collaborative work… in terms of short-throw performance, brightness uniformity, and networking flexibility, it is in a class by itself," said Allan Abbott, ProjectorCentral.com.
“We are incredibly proud of these prestigious acknowledgements and see them as proof that our products are of high quality. Having only officially entered the projector market with our own range last month, receiving accolades such as these certainly shows that we are one to watch,” concluded Hampe.
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