Published On: November 18, 2010

Casio Adds Four Projectors to Green Slim Line

Published On: November 18, 2010

Casio Adds Four Projectors to Green Slim Line

Casio has been on a bit of an eco friendly tare as of late and it doesn't appear as if they'll be stopping anytime soon, evident in their announcement of four new, eco friendly, super slim projector designs. Casio's four new projectors will showcase even more energy saving technology while boosting light output, two items that don't normally go hand-in-hand.

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Casio recently announced the expansion of the company's Green Slim projector line with four new models with increased brightness - XJ-A255V, XJ-A250, XJ-A155V and XJ-A150. Earlier this year, Casio announced the creation of the world's first mercury-free, laser and LED Hybrid Light Source, capable of high-brightness projection for use in next-generation projectors. Developed under the company's "clean and green" concept, the new projectors eliminate the need for mercury bulbs with the production of a long-lasting light source. The new models boast 3,000 lumens, making them the brightest mercury lamp free projectors available and suitable for a variety of applications including business, education, digital signage, home entertainment and gaming.

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For other projector related news see our other articles, Casio Jumps Into the Home Theater Market with XK-S43W Projector, Epson Shipping Super-Slim Projectors, and Epson Brings Out Three High-Bright Installation Projectors.  There is also more information available in our Front Projector News and Review sections.

The new XJ-A255V, XJ-A250, XJ-A155V and XJ-A150 models further demonstrate Casio's investment in earth-friendly, low cost projection. The Green Slim line reduces operating costs and eliminates the time and effort involved in lamp replacements while maintaining reportedly clear, high-quality images over an extended period of time.

The Casio Green Slim projectors' features include a laser & LED hybrid light source, wireless communication with up to 32 Microsoft Windows PCs, USB 2.0 host function which enables presentations without a PC, a wide-angle 2X optical zoom, and an HDMI terminal.

The Green Slim models will be available in November with MSRPs of $1,499-$1,799.

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