New Ricoh Projectors Launched – Aimed at Business, Educational Clients

Posted by at 10:54 am on May 19, 2015

Ricoh has announced a collection of new projectors aimed at business and education markets, with some upgrading a number of existing project models. The group of seven projecting devices include Desk Edge, Short Throw and standard models, designed to be capable of displaying an image on a screen or surface at a variety of distances, and incorporate advanced functions including Wi-Fi and Miracast functionality.

The PJ X4241N and PJ WX4241N are the two new Short Throw projectors, needing between 24 inches and 170 inches to display a WXGA image measuring between 60 inches and 400 inches in size. Providing 3,300 lumens of brightness, the projectors include the option of installing them at any angle, for projecting onto floors or ceilings, and while its short projecting distance allows presenters to get close to the screen without casting a shadow, it can also use an electronic pen to draw on the projected image. Both include Miracast for connecting to a Windows or Android device, with the PJ WX4241N including the option to connect to a nearby Wi-Fi network.

Ricoh PJ HD5450
Ricoh PJ HD5450 projector

Both the PJ X3351N and PJ WX3351N are Desk Edge projectors, meant to be placed at the edge of a conference table so the glare, heat, and fan noise do not disrupt the participants. A throw distance of 30 inches to 482 inches allows for an image between 240 inches and 400 inches in size to be created at a WXGA resolution, with a brightness of 3,500 lumens, and similar connectivity and installation functions as the Short Throw models.

The remaining three standard projectors are said to be meant for small to mid-sized conference rooms. The PJ X5460 and PJ WX5460 are joined by the PJ HD5450, Ricoh’s first 1080p projector, with all three capable of showing an image up to 300 inches in size. Each provide an output of up to 4,100 lumens with a lamp life of up to 4,000 hours, with each including keystone correction, automatic brightness control, 10-watt speakers, and 3D content support with optional glasses.

The new range of projectors are available now, starting from $1,020 and rising to $1,435 for the 1080p model.

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