New Year, New Budget - consider the Proxima UltraLight X350

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Are you currently considering investing/upgrading your training equipment, out with the old, in with the new? If you have not previously invested in a projector and think it is about time that your organisation had something that would enable presentations that can be held anywhere around the building, or more importantly for those meetings/presentations that are held at other locations other than your organisation, then consider the Proxima UltraLight X350, in terms of size and weight. If you are limited by cost however, then don't read any further.

The Proxima UltraLight X350 is currently the lightest and smallest projector available weighing in at 1.5kg and measuring 210 by 17.5 by 60cm. Despite it's size, it has just as good technical specifications as those of much larger models. It uses a combination of DLP display technology and a 120W UHP lamp with brightness levels of 1,100 ANSI lumens and a resolution of 1,024 by 768.

The casing is described as robust, housing the location for the projector's LED remote control sensor in the top of the case, thus allowing it to receive unobstructed signals from anywhere around the room. There is an onscreen menu system that allows configuration and control of the projector and includes a digital keystone correction facility.

The projector contains two interfaces which are the USB mouse connection and a DVI port. This allows the projector to be connected to a PC or notebook that has a DVI output, or if not, an adapter cable is included so that it can be connected to a standard analogue graphics card.

The UltraLight X350 is very expensive when compared with larger models, however, if extreme portability is what you are looking for, then you could argue that it is certainly worth it's price.

Further information is available at UltraLight Proxima X350.

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