updated 05:00 pm EST, Wed November 11, 2009
Two new InFocus DLP projectors with LiteBoard
InFocus has released two new DLP projectors meant for the business and educational markets with the IN3902 and IN3904. The main difference between the two is the former's native 1024x768 resolution and the latter's 1280x800 resolution. Shared between the two is compatibility with InFocus' LiteBoard technology, which allows users to interact with the projectors, annotating, appending and highlighting projected content with a wireless remote called the LiteBoard Wand.
Either can also throw up images without a connected PC thanks to a USB thumb drive inserted into the InFocus LitePort USB connection. The pair also has the same 3,000 lumens brightness rating. Traditional connections include VGA and HDMI 1.3, and there is also an Ethernet port for connecting the devices to a network. With InFocus' LiteShow II adapter, users can also wirelessly connect their PCs to these new projectors.
The InFocus IN3902 and IN3904 are now shipping, priced at $1,499 and $1,699, respectively.