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InFocus Announces Lower-Priced SVGA Projector

(July 17, 2001)
InFocus Corporation introduced the InFocus LP280, a full-featured entry-level projector priced below $2,200. Based on the same LCD technology platform as the recently announced LP290, the LP280 has native SVGA resolution, delivers 1000 lumens of brightness, and is well suited for "charts and graphs,'" business presentations and classroom use.

In addition to its price, a number of the LP280's features have been incorporated with education and first-time users in mind. For example, the LP280 comes with monitor loop-through, which allows the projected image to be viewed on a PC monitor and the projection screen simultaneously, allowing the presenter to view the image without having to turn his or her back to the classroom. Likewise, the soft power feature allows users to ceiling-mount the LP280 and turn it on and off via remote control.

For the small-office/home-office market, the LP280's short throw lens and quiet (34dB) operation are ideal to project large images in small rooms. Video capability allows users to take advantage of both data and video sources simultaneously for dynamic presentations. Weighing just 5.7 pounds, the LP280 can also be carried easily from room to room for businesses and schools that use it as a shared resource.

The LP280 is available now at an estimated street price of U.S. $2,199. It comes with a two-year standard product warranty, 7x24 Technical Support and one year of ProXchange (available in N. America only), offering the assurance that if an issue cannot be solved quickly over the phone, a replacement projector will be sent by the next business day.

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