Mitsubishi Electric Announces Economical Line of Mobile Projectors, Two Include Remarkable Cloud Projection Technology

Mitsubishi Electric Announces Economical Line of Mobile Projectors, Two Include 
Remarkable Cloud Projection Technology 
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 09/10/13 --   Mitsubishi Electric
Visual Solutions America, Inc. announced its T-Series line of mobile
projectors, two of which are Cloud Projectors. Designed for
cost-conscious users, these four new models -- TW21U, TW11U, TX20U,
TX210U -- offer a wide range of features important to administrators,
presenters and teachers, including a low total cost of ownership. The
TW21U and TX20U are Cloud Projectors that contain a built-in
thin-client function; users can display content directly from their
server through the projector -- no computer is necessary.  
"Each new projector fits a particular niche for our customers," said
Wayne Kozuki, product manager for Mitsubishi Electric Visual
Solutions America, Inc. "While there are similarities between them,
there are key differences in resolution, brightness and connectivity
that meet specific needs of educators and presenters alike." 
These new mobile projectors are equipped with DLP(R) technology in
XGA and WXGA resolutions. Systems integrators can choose the best
option for each room: 


 
--  Brightness: TW21U and TX20U each shine with 3500 lumens; TW11U and
    TX10U blast 3000 lumens. The projected images are bright and clear,
    even when the lights are on.
--  Speakers: TW21U and TX20U offer a 16-watt speaker; TW11U and TX10U
    have a 10-watt speaker. With the audio pass-through function, teachers
    can add commentary over a video or television show. The speaker works
    even when the projector is turned off, so there's no need for the
    additional cost of a sound system.
--  Energy Efficiency: the projectors are equipped with power mode
    selections for the lamp, including a low setting, so each can be
    optimized for a particular environment and specific energy savings.
--  Cloud Projection: the TW21U and TX20U are Mitsubishi Electric Cloud
    Projectors, which use a built-in, thin client function to serve as a
    dynamic display device. Users simply log onto their network and start
    displaying content in seconds, whether from a local server, the
    internet or the cloud, giving teachers and presenters access to files
    through the projector itself.
--  Long-lasting Lamp Life: each projector has an estimated lamp life of
    up to 6000* hours in low mode, which can translate to years of typical
    usage from one lamp.
--  Whisper-quiet Operation: the new projectors are super-quiet at 25 dBa
    in low mode, which means that students hear the lecture and not the
    hum of a fan.

  
T-Series projectors come with Mitsubishi Electric's three-year limited
warranty on parts and labor, and a one-year limited warranty on the
lamp. Like all Mitsubishi Electric data projectors, they are covered
by the Express Replacement Assistance (ERA) Program, a comprehensive
nationwide service that offers next business-day replacement** for
units that are under warranty. Terms and conditions apply. 
"Mitsubishi Electric is known for its product excellence and
reliability," said James Chan, vice president, marketing, Mitsubishi
Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. "When you factor in price for
performance, plus one of the best warranties in the industry, the new
T-Series projectors are sure to be a hit." 
The TX10U and TW11U are currently available; TX20U and TW21U will be
available in late September. 
About Mitsubishi Electric Visual Solutions America, Inc. 
Headquartered in Southern Calif., Mitsubishi Electric Visual
Solutions America, Inc. markets projectors, data wall display
systems, LCD digital signage monitors, industrial printers and
professional photo printers. More information is available at
www.MEVSA.com. Customers may also connect on Facebook
(http://www.facebook.com/MitsubishiDisplays) and Twitter
(http://twitter.com/MitsuDisplays). 
In addition to visual solutions, Mitsubishi Electric US group
companies' principal businesses include factory automation equipment,
semiconductor devices, automotive electrical components, elevators
and escalators, heating and cooling products, solar modules, electric
utility products, and large-scale video displays for stadiums and
arenas. There are 50 locations throughout North America with
approximately 3,600 employees. 
*For an explanation of how this estimate was calculated, visit
http://www.mitsubishi-presentations.com/wp-content/files_mf/lamp_and_lamp_life_document_v09132009.pdf.
This estimate does not extend or otherwise modify the warranty for
the lamp. 
**Via FedEx, next business day where applicable. 
 DLP is a
registered trademark of Texas Instruments. 
Contact:
Nancy Napurski
Lionheart Communications
585-967-3348
nnapurski@lionheartpr.com 
 
 
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