NEC floods Japan with 7 new projectors

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NEC announced a total of seven “green” video projectors for the Japanese market on Friday [JP]. Each has different specs, but the one characteristic all devices have in common is the low level of energy consumption, which stands at just 0.6W in standby mode (down from 3W for the previous projector series from that company).

Here are the main details for all of the new devices:

  • NP610J: 1,024×768 resolution, 3,500 lumens brightness and 500:1 contrast ratio (price: $3,100)
  • NP510J: 1,024×768 resolution, 3,000 lumens brightness and 500:1 contrast ratio (price: $2,100)
  • NP405J: 1,024×768 resolution, 2,600 lumens brightness and 500:1 contrast ratio (price: $900)
  • NP510WJ: 1,280×800 resolution, 3,000 lumens brightness and 500:1 contrast ratio (price: $2,600)
  • NP410WJ: 1,280×800 resolution, 2,600 lumens brightness and 450:1 contrast ratio (price: $900)
  • NP610SJ: 1,024×768 resolution, 2,600 lumens brightness and 600:1 contrast ratio (price: $2,700)
  • NP510WSJ: 1,280×800 resolution, 2,100 lumens brightness and 600:1 contrast ratio (price: $2,100)

The devices will hit Japanese stores between today and November 1 (pictured above is the NP610SJ/510WSJ). NEC Japan hasn’t said anything yet regarding overseas markets.

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