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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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.