InFocus Debuts Range of Laser Projectors at Integrated Systems Europe

InFocus Corporation just entered the laser projector market including everything from large venue to ultra-short throw options.

For large venue installations such as auditoriums, lecture halls and houses of worship, the INL5350 Series has two models — the 6,000-lumen INL5359 and the 8,000-lumen INL5369. Using InFocus Quantum Color Laser technology the INL5350 Series provides installers with six interchangeable lenses that can project images at any size from any location, whether short throw or ultra-long throw. The INL5350 Series offers a variety of connectivity options including all the expected inputs and outputs such as VGA, HDMI, 5BNC, DVD-D, video, RCA audio, 3D Sync, RS232, as well as HDBaseT for single cable connectivity.

The new INL140 Series from InFocus is designed for the international education market. Combining ultra-short throw capability with high brightness and laser performance that never fades, the INL140 Series offers 22,000:1 contrast ratio for darker blacks and whiter whites, utilizing InFocus Quantum Color Laser technology. The INL140 Series includes three models: INL148HDUST featuring 1080p resolution, 4,000 lumens and 0.25 throw ratio; INL146UST featuring WXGA resolution, 4,000 lumens, and 0.27 throw ratio; INL144UST featuring XGA resolution, 3,600 lumens, and 0.33 throw ratio.

InFocus’s new ultra-short throw projectors utilize a small chassis while providing an image of up to 100-inches from only a few inches from the screen. Designed for interactive solutions and group presentations, these ultra-short throw projectors remove any possibility of presenters blocking the image or creating shadows and include HDMI inputs as well as a 16W built-in speakers for rooms without audio.

These InFocus projector models are laser-based, built on InFocus Quantum Color Laser technology spec’d to last 30,000 hours.

The INL5350 Series will be available worldwide and the INL140 Series will be exclusively available in the Asia-Pacific and EMEA regions to start. You can see the specs for each one here.