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InFocus updates IN2100 and IN3100 series projectors, boosts brightness, burns retinas

Tim Stevens
January 7, 2010
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"With the adoption of flat panels in schools and businesses, expectations for what's 'bright enough' have changed." That's the lead-off on the explanation for the new IN2100 and IN3100 series DLP projectors from InFocus, reasoning that we can definitely get behind. Both lines were initially announced back in 2008 and the 2100 line is now getting some subtle tweaks, longer-lasting bulbs, "dramatically increased" brightness, and more inputs for better institutional performance. The 3100 adds HDMI to the existing outputs, wireless connectivity using Wireless DisplayLink, and PC-free presenting from a USB stick via LitePort. Lower-end models in both series are available now, with the top-shelf entrants dropping later this quarter. IN2100 models start at $599 and IN3100 models begin at a rather spendier $1,499, but hey, it's a business expense, right? Go crazy.

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