UPDATE: Hitachi Brings Short-Lens Projector to InfoComm
Readers comment about this story, which ran in last month’s rAVe Ed [Education]
From rAVe Ed, July 2008
While it’s not a new projector, the new short-lens CP-A100/ED-A100/ED-A110 from Hitachi was new to InfoComm… Last month, I commented that Higher Education has much infrastructure already built into rooms around typical standard throw projectors. As such I speculated demand may not be as high, for that segment, on such short-lens projectors. A couple of folks contacted me and pointed out that many rooms, especially ones with classic architectural features, can really benefit from such a solution. Thank you AV Clubers for the feedback… and Hitachi for the solution!
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