Bringing widescreen compatibility to presenters in a variety of environments, Hitachi America, Ltd., Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division today introduced the CPX3 3LCD mobile short-throw projector. Offering WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution, the CPX3 is specially designed for widescreen-format laptops and imaging applications that use 16:10 aspect ratios.
The CPX3 features an HDMI terminal, allowing digital signals such as DVD players/recorders and HD to be transmitted digitally to the projector. Additionally, the CPX3 also offers a wide-angle lens, allowing the projector to be used close to the screen with no obstructions. It also allows for a large image to be projected in a small space. The CPX3 is extremely light at 3.9 pounds, making it easily portable, while the 2,000 lumens brightness ensures professional-quality performance.
The CPX3 features a new remote control, adding “My Source” and Volume Up/Down functions. The CPX3 also offers closed captioning and input naming, allowing users to customize the names of the projector’s input sources. The CPX3’s security features include My Screen PIN lock, My Text and a transition detector. The CPX3’s built-in 1W speaker means no need for external audio devices, while the projector itself maintains a low noise level.
“The introduction of the CPX3 3LCD projector is a unique demonstration of Hitachi’s commitment to high performance, reliability and versatility,” Pete Denes, vice president of sales, Hitachi America, Ltd., Ubiquitous Platform Systems Division, Business Group. “Additionally, the CPX3 meets the growing demand for widescreen capabilities in a variety of presentation settings, further demonstrating Hitachi’s dedication to meeting the needs of integrators and end-users.”