KICKING IT UP A NOTCH
Improvements to a popular model make this projector an industry front-runner.
Highly capable and a rung above its popular predecessor, the M3 Series makes presentations seamlessly accessible. The projector possesses high sustainability and easy maintenance making it perfect for busy meeting environments.
Classrooms and meeting rooms can enjoy further productivity with the launch of NEC Asia Pacific’s new M3 Series. Ultra durable, filter free and with a low cost of ownership (TCO), M3 is an upgraded sibling to the popular M2 Series.
Ideal for mid-sized meeting room environments where budget and performance are equally important, a low TCO is achieved due to M3’s filter free designed with a sealed DLP light engine. Its sealed design means no dust collection or colour decay occurs on the DLP chip, keeping maintenance low and perfect for intensive operating conditions.
Additionally, the projectors come with a number of innovative eco-friendly functions, including reducing power consumption. Not only is it cost-friendly, but it reflects NEC’s environmental policies with its sustainability.
A large 1.7x optical zoom allows higher flexibility when mounting the projectors, eliminating the need to adjust mounts with replacement installations. Furthermore, the DLP-based M3 Series boasts greater brightness with WXGA and Full HD resolution and a 10,000:1 contrast for greater pictures.
Connectivity is advanced through an integrated Simple Access Point function, enabling multiple devices connection to the projector, without using an additional router. Content and audio can be exchanged from such devices with NEC’s free Image Express Utility Lite acting as its conduit. M3’s new Multi-screen Projection allows sharing screens from up to 16 multiple devices on various split-screen displays.
Multiple input terminals include two HDMI with 3D support and two USB inputs, allowing users to deliver presentations or send digital files from a USB drive without the need for a PC. Microphone users need not rely on external amplifiers; connecting a microphone via the projector’s jack accesses the high-power 20W speaker.