Hitachi to launch most innovative projectors for a range of user sectors at InfoComm India 2014

Hitachi-logoMumbai, India, September 12, 2014: Hitachi, a player in Digital Learning and Presentation technology, announces its presence at this year’s InfoComm India, which takes place at the Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai from September 17th to 19th. The company will display its latest, most innovative projectors and hold a series of demonstrations with different concepts and themes to address all user categories from Education to the Professional Audio Visual Industry, within Hitachi India’s booth #F30.

“Infocomm is the most forward-looking Pro AV industry event in the world.  The India chapter of the event presents us with a great opportunity to strengthen our business with a wide-range of customers in the Indian AV industry,” said Tarun Jain, Country Head – India, Hitachi Home Electronics Asia (S) Pte. Ltd. “At InfoComm India, Hitachi will exhibit not only its high-end projectors for Pro AV market, but also superior performance and cost effective models that are suited for corporate, government and education sectors. We’re proud to offer products that are affordable without compromising quality or functionality, and we look forward to connecting with attendees at event. The InfoComm audience represents many of our oldest and most loyal customers as well as new, potential customers looking to us for reliable, high quality and cost-effective solutions for their AV needs.” 

The new range of projectors includes High-end Professional range, Interactive Ultra Short Throw and Ultra Short Throw. With different kinds of application demonstrations, the new series will impress and entertain the visitors with their versatility and image quality.

On display at Hitachi InfoComm Booth will be – the new brightest ever projector CP-WU13K and Full HD projector CP-HD9320 that will exceed expectations of the Pro AV market and five new Ultra Short Throw and Interactive Ultra Short Throw projectors offering to revolutionize the education, government and corporate sectors.

Product Highlights:

The new Hitachi CP-HD9320, a single chip DLP projector supports Full HD resolution 1920×1080 pixels with 8200 lumens brightness and contains advanced features to deliver exceptionally high quality images, along with flexible installation and low maintenance operation, making it ideal for large venues and other professional applications such as staging, retail or digital signage where projectors are in constant use.

The Interactive Ultra Short Throw A7i Series and the Ultra Short Throw A7 Series, integrate Hitachi’s powerful software to deliver a complete intense and interactive experience on any flat surface. With a rich feature set that meets the specific needs of K-12, higher education, and corporate users, these projectors are both easy to install and easy to calibrate. They provide vibrant image quality with cost-effective operation and produce large images in small spaces. New generation interactive features include multiple pen capability, auto-calibration, PC-less drawing, and multi- display interactive use.

As the company’s brightest ever model the new Hitachi CP-WU13K projector offers 13,000 lumens brightness plus advanced functionality and flexible installation features, making it ideal for large auditoriums, broadcast applications, conference rooms, museums, and concert or stage productions. The CP-WU13K is 3D-ready, incorporates four digital inputs for added versatility and broadcast capability, plus a high-performance filter reducing dust sticking to critical components, greater image quality. The CP-WU13K features 3-chip DLP technology and is equipped with 3G SDI, edge-blending and geometric correction applications.

The InfoComm India 2014 dates and show time will be as follows:

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