AMSTERDAM—InFocus took the opportunity of the Integrated Systems Europe conference to introduce five new laser projectors that are part of the INL 5350 series and INL 140 series.
The INL 5350 series features two models, the 6,000-lumen INL 5359 and the 8,000-lumen INL 5369. Both projectors use InFocus Quantum Color Laser technology to create images with a color gamut and saturated RGB colors. The INL 5350 series features six interchangeable lenses that can project images at any size from any location, as well as connectivity options that include VGA, HDMI, 5BNC, DVD-D, Video, RCA Audio, 3D Sync, RS232 and HDBaseT.
The INL 140 series is designed for the international education market and is made up of the INL 148HDUST, INL 146HDUST and INL 144UST models. All three models offer 22,000:1 contrast ratio and utilizes the Quantum Color Laser technology. Individually, the INL 148HDUST model features 1080p resolution, 4,000 lumens and 0.25 throw ratio; INL 146HDUST features WXGA resolution, 4,000 lumens and 0.27 throw ratio; and the INL 144UST features XGA resolution, 3,600 lumens and 0.33 throw ratio. The projectors are also 3D capable, have HDMI inputs and 16W built-in speakers.
InFocus will make the INL 5350 series available worldwide, while the INL 140 series will be available just in the Asia-Pacific and EMEA regions to start. InFocus will begin shipping the projects in Q2 2018.