The NEC NP3150 5000 ANSI Lumens 0.8" UXGA LCD Projector supports "Windows Network Projector" function, which is one of the brand-new features introduced with Windows Vista. You can make presentations from your PC via the network without connecting RGB cable, if your PC is running Windows Vista. You don't need to install any proprietary software application on your PC. Like using a networked printer, you can simply select which projector to use from the list presented on your PC screen. Furthermore, it is possible to remotely operate a PC installed some distance away from the projector via the network by using "Windows Remote Desktop" function.
HD-like, vivid and crisp DVD images can be projected with the Reon VX video processor using HQV technology from Silicon Optix. HQV represents an enormous leap in video processing, with true flagship performance in noise reduction, de-interlacing and scaling.
By connecting a LAN cable to the LAN port (RJ-45) on the projector or installing the wireless LAN unit on the projector, it is possible to transfer screen images from the PC to the projector more quickly (2 to 3 times faster than conventional models from NEC) for on-screen presentation using Image Express Utility 2.0 software (Windows XP/2000 are available). This projector can change presenters with a single operation. The person who wants to speak can send images from his/her PC to the projector just by clicking the "Become a Presenter" button. Furthermore, for a presentation in a large conference room, participants can confirm details of the projected images, such as small characters, etc., with their own PCs. A presenter can distribute files or documents used in the presentation through the network. And it is possible to turn the power of the projector on and off and switch input signals from a PC via the network.