December 22, 2009 | Posted At: 08:02 AM | Author: Brian Nadel | Category: Projectors
If you thought that being eco-conscious and putting a bright image on a screen were mutually exclusive, think again because NEC has managed to lower energy use of its latest NP2200 projector. The projector pumps out 4,200 lumens, about double what the competition offers yet consumes less than a watt of power when in sleep mode; it even has a carbon meter that monitors how much of an impact the NP2200 has on global warming. It delivers a sharp XGA image as large as 41-feet and has jacks for a computer, audio and wired networking. With a three-year warranty, the NP2200 will sell for $2,400.
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