Tokyo, Nov. 2 : Casio is set to expand its lineup of core models that support the next generation lamp free projectors with the release of XJ-V2 that can be availed at affordable prices with projectors that delivers 3000 lumens of brightness.
Priced less than USD 700, the lamp- free projectors are equipped with SSI*2 light sources and LED that have only been available in the high end of the projector market due to their advanced technology.
However, Casio has been developing a lineup of new reasonably priced projectors named “Core models,” under the slogan of “Time to Go Lamp-Free for Everyone.” The first core model, XJ-V1 with 2700 lumen brightness has gained an excellent reputation since it was released in the spring of 2015. It is now used in a wide range of settings spanning from education to business.
For the new XJ-V2 model, Casio worked to achieve an attractive base price and reduce the total cost of ownership (TCO), while increasing brightness to 3000 lumens. This level of brightness enables images to be clearly projected in bright places, such as a classroom with sunlight shining through its windows.
Casio developed a lamp-free projector as a pioneer in the industry in 2010, and has since gained an 87.4% share of the world market for hybrid light source projectors.
Casio developed the XJ-V2 by building on this strong track record as a leading provider of hybrid light source projectors. (ANI)