Events, meetings and exhibitions can drive change. Point a spotlight on your ideas with projectors.
Shine a spotlight on your best ideas with this ultra short throw projector
Deliver impressive images, presentations and movies with attention-getting projection. The PJ WX4152N is compact enough to carry and offers flexible connections.
- Widescreen projection from short distances
Place the ultra short throw projector inches from a projection surface and display crisp, compelling media – without compromising quality
- Brilliant display
WXGA wide format resolution and high contrast ratio of 13,000:1 deliver vivid projection
- Share information anywhere
Project on the ceiling or floor with 360‑degree projection that allows you to project at any angle
- Collaborative displays get your point across
Display images from up to four different computers onto a single screen to bring important information together
Projection that's easy and accessible
Choose from the most convenient surface to display from – even table tops, ceilings and floors. Improve collaboration and let colleagues share document and images directly from laptops and mobile devices via wireless connections and LAN. Keystone correction automatically fixes image distortions. Limit access to authorised users with password protection.
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- 1,280 x 800 pixels (WXGA)
- 5,000-hour lamp life (Eco)
- 48–80-inch projection size
- Wireless projection
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