InfoComm 2013 Awards: Best New Meeting Room Projector: Mitsubishi Cloud Projectors
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Best New Meeting Room Projector: Mitsubishi Cloud Projectors
Mitsubishi Cloud Projectors can be connected to a LAN and used as a thin-client to retrieve stored information to be presented directly to the projector. The projectors also function as a terminal adapter, enabling a cloud connection through a computer or server. Applications and data can be used in the cloud infrastructure for easy accessibility and to help reduce both overall total cost of ownership and amount invested in equipment. This concept will be copied by every other projector manufacturer. Here are details.
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