ViewSonic Quells Rumors of a Projector Divestment with New 6K Lumen Projector

viewsonic-install-0613ViewSonic Corp launched the Pro10100 projector at InfoComm aiming it at theaters, museums, auditoriums, lecture halls and houses of worship. Offering 6,000 lumens, XGA (1024×768) resolution 3-chip DLP projector features interchangeable lens options, motorized zoom and focus with powered vertical and horizontal lens-shift functions, network management capability and supports 24/7 continuous use. Optional features include warping and geometric adjustment for image-correction technology and edge-blending capability. Inputs include VGA, HDMI, DVI and Ethernet.

Here are all the specs they have on it as of now.

At InfoComm, ViewSonic also introduced a new meeting room projector in the form of the Pro8500. The Pro8500 is a single-chip DLP that’s native XGA (1024×768) and claims 5,000 lumens using the TI BrilliantColor chipset. Integrated with a USB input for laptop-less presentations as well as a network content port, the Pro8500 also has VGA and HDMI ports and includes Crestron RoomView on-board.

Here are the specs they have on the Pro8500 here.