Ultra short throw lens can make 110 inch projection screen from as little as 51cm away
The DH759USTi features Full HD resolution and 3,500 ANSI lumens for clear and sharp projection. It comes with built-in dual-pen interactivity and can be further extended to 10-finger-touch with the optional finger touch module. The projector is made with eco friendliness in mind with various features including sleep timer and auto-power-off when there is no signal input to be energy conscious. Its 2x10W speakers and microphone input make sure you are clearly heard.
- Ultra short throw lens to make 110 inch screen at only 51cm away
- Size matters: full HD 1080p resolution to show every details from your computer
- Built-in interactivity for multi users with 2 pens or optional finger touch
- 3,500 ANSI lumens of brightness, and 10,000:1 contrast ratio for clear, crisp and bright projection
- 2x 10W speakers and microphone input ensure you are clearly heard
- Long lasting life with up to 7,000 hours lamp-life
- Eco Friendly and Energy Saving with sleep timer and also auto-power-off when there is no signal input
- Integrated network monitoring and management solutions including Crestron® RoomView™, Extron and other solutions
- 5 year education warranty
- Compatible with Novo wireless collaboration solution
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