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    Dell S300W Short-throw Projector Does 3D

    Dell S300W Short-throw Projector Does 3D

    Dell S300W Short-throw Projector Does 3D

    The new Dell S300W can produce a 90-inch, 720p image from a three-foot distance. Other specs include 2200 ANSI lumens of brightness,  a 2400:1 contrast ratio, and 3-D capability! The device also features wireless connectivity, as well as a USB input for plug-and-play video playback. This thing seems perfect for presentations, movies, or any other media you throw at it.

    Dell S300W Short-throw Projector Does 3D 2

    Here is a long list of specs and benefits from the horses mouth:

    • Projects brilliant 60” and 90” diagonal images from close distances
    • Up to 2200 ANSI lumens (max) and 720p high-definition (HD) resolution
    • Provides for shadow-free presentations
    • Don’t be grounded. Go wireless: Enjoy advanced wireless features and experience mobility and flexibility by driving and hosting live presentations wirelessly from virtually anywhere in the room.
    • Plug-and-Show via USB: Direct and hassle-free projection via USB flash drive plugged into PC using the Application Token wizard.
    • Shadow-Free Capability: Unlike some projectors, the S300w doesn’t cast shadows on the presentation screen when the presenter is between the projector and the screen. This makes for clear, understandable presentations.
    • No More Squinting: Up-close projection capabilities allow presenters to face their audiences without being “blinded” by bright projector light.
    • Ideal Short-Throw Distances: Even in tight spaces, you won’t miss a thing with the S300w. From approximately two feet away, it projects a crisp 60” diagonal image, and from approximately three feet away, it produces an astonishing 90” diagonal image.
    • Whamberry Handheld Keyboard & Mouse

    • 3-D-Capable: The S300w is capable of adapting to 3-D1, ensuring that you’re ready for the next generation of powerful presentations.
    • Closed Captioning: Built-in closed-captioning capability allows users with hearing disabilities to read the audio portion of select video and TV programs as on-screen text.
    • Exceptional Brightness & Contrast: 2200 ANSI lumens (max) brightness and high 2400:1 typical (full on/full off) contrast ratio help to ensure that your presentations retain their impact in a wide variety of rooms and environments.
    • Riveting Resolution: WXGA (1280×800) native resolution with native 16:10 aspect ratio offers superb image quality with up to 30% more pixels than XGA (1024×768)3 and high-definition viewing at 720p.
    • DLP® & BrilliantColorTM : Equipped with DLP® and BrilliantColorTM technology, the S300w offers impressive picture reliability.
    • Superb Monitoring Capabilities: Crestron RoomViewTM Express comes free with the S300w. This software allows administrators and support staff to perform remote system diagnostics, monitor lamp life, log network activity, and automate tasks through event scheduling. Tasks that once required days are completed in a few mouse clicks, helping save time and money.
    • Wireless 4-to-1: With standard 4-to-1 split-screen projection, the S300w simultaneously projects up to four different user screens, conveniently allowing real-time side-by-side comparisons that can increase productivity in meetings and classrooms.
    • Multi-PC Sessions: The S300w can wirelessly2 connect up to 20 PCs simultaneously, bringing people from various locations together and creating outstanding efficiencies.
    • Conference Control: Using the conference-control function, a moderator can control and streamline presentations via a Web-based control page.
    • Flexible Connectivity: The S300w offers multiple connectivity options to enhance multimedia presentations, including a HDMI connector, a microphone port and dual VGA connections that enable seamless transitions between presenters.
    • Wired Networking: RJ-45 allows for network manageability, including power management, updating firmware, checking status, receiving email alerts and more.

    Dell S300W Short-throw Projector Does 3D 3The Dell S300W short-throw projector is now available for $999.


    Published on March 19, 2010

    David Novak
    David Novak
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