The NEC NP600S is a powerful and versatile multimedia projector that works well in the media room, conference room or classroom.
"Short throw" refers to the ability to project a relatively large image a relatively short distance from the screen. With the NP600S you can project an image about five feet across diagonally from only about three feet away. Ceiling mount a short throw projector like this and you keep the projector light out of the presenter's eyes and you ensure that the presenter's shadow doesn't block the image.
This projector has so many great features it's hard to know where to start. Let's start with ease of use. It's plug and play with intuitive set up and operation. The lamp cover is on the top so changing lamps is a cinch. Keystone correction is automatic. You can plug the projector into your LAN via its RJ45 jack and then monitor, control and perform remote diagnostics via the projector's own HTTP page.
If the built in seven-watt speaker isn't loud enough for your venue you can plug in (optional) powered speakers and control their volume from the remote control. In fact the remote control enables you to also control the image, aspect ratio and lamp mode.
NEC's Autosense technology syncs the projector with most computer signals automatically and enables you to optimize the image with the touch of a button. If the input signal is not in the projector's native resolution Advanced AccuBlend ensures you'll still see smooth, detailed images.
And those images can be in a wide range of video and computer formats. The NP600S can handle video in the NTSC, NTSC4.43, PAL, PAL-60, PAL-M, PAL-N, SECAM standards and VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, SXGA+ and UXGA computer signals. It's also compatible with the Macintosh. And then there's its international 100 - 240 V AC power supply. The NP600S is ideal for ceiling mount installation but that ceiling can be almost anywhere in the world.