Hitachi America Shows New Line of Ultra Short Throw 3LCD Projectors at InfoComm 2018

Hitachi America is showcasing one of its four new 3LCD Ultra Short Throw Projectors to begin shipping in July. The LP-AW4001, LP-AW3001 and interactive LP-TW4001 and LP-TW3001 models expand Hitachi’s growing line of solid state light source projectors. The LP-AW4001 will be on display at InfoComm 2018 at the Hitachi America, Ltd. booth, #C2736.

The new 3LCD laser projectors feature WXGA 1280×800 resolution, 500,000 : 1 contrast ratio and are equipped with Long Life 2 Mode that allows for up to 50,000 hours of virtually maintenance-free operation. With one HDMI and one HDMI/MHL digital inputs, the four new models offer a larger, more flexible display at a lower cost versus large format flat panel displays.

“Hitachi is dedicated to designing a projector for every type of installation, and the new Ultra Short Throw 3LCD projectors are an excellent expansion to our growing line of solid state light source projectors,” says Mike Morin, manager, strategic sales development, Hitachi America, Ltd. “Ultra Short Throw Projectors are ideal for many education, house of worship and corporate facilities, and now customers can have the ultra-short throw with up to 50,000 hours of maintenance free operation when operating the projector in Long Life 2 Mode.”

All four models feature Hitachi’s original technology including the Accentualizer which allows the projected image to appear more real by enhancing sharpness, gloss and shade and the Perfect Fit 2 which allows end users and integrators to save time on installation.

As with all Hitachi projectors, the four new models offer vibrant image quality, cost-efficient operation and long-lasting reliability. And, for added peace of mind, Hitachi’s LP-AW3001, LP-AW4001 and interactive LP-TW3001 and LP-TW4001 are all backed by a generous three-year warranty and world-class service and support programs.

Hitachi America will be at InfoComm 2018 in booth #C2736 or you can see them here.