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CPX4030WN

CPX4030WN

The new Portable Series projectors bring a host of new features and functionality as well as retaining the core aspects of what makes a projector worthy of displaying the Hitachi name.

If portability, value and superior image clarity are the priority then look no further. The CPX4030WN provides the maximum brightness in its class, impressive picture quality and some other handy features like wireless presentation via an iPad or iPhone eliminating the need for more cables. However we haven’t stopped there, because cost reduction in both running and maintenance costs are also heavily factored into this range. This is why you will also find more than a few power saving features built in, to help you to keep doing what you need, for longer.

Key Features

  • 4,200 ANSI Lumens
  • XGA Resolution
  • Wireless Network Option
  • Wired Networking
  • 16 Watt Internal Speakers
  • Saver/Eco Mode with Image Care Technology
  • Share content via iOS app
  • HDMI Input
  • Hybrid Filter
  • 3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Features at a glance

  • 3LCD3LCD - A sophisticated, innovative technology that utilises 3 chips to deliver vibrant, true-to-life and consistent images for the most demanding audiences.
  • Hybrid FilterHybrid Filter - The Hybrid Filter lasts longer than conventional filters. This extension in maintenance intervals reduces the overall cost of ownership significantly.
  • Blackboard/Whiteboard ModeBlackboard/Whiteboard Mode - Projecting onto coloured or shiny backgrounds can make images appear either dull or uncomfortably bright. This mode ensures optimal brightness whether the screen is black, green or shiny white.
  • Advanced NetworkingAdvanced Networking - Manage and control multiple projectors over LAN. Turn the projector on and off, schedule email alerts and monitor projectors all via the network.
  • Wireless NetworkingWireless Networking - Wireless networking offers quick, easy and secure network access. Browser based software provides easy management, control and monitoring of networked projectors.
  • Daytime ModeDaytime Mode - It can be harder to see a projected picture when the sun is shining brightly. Projections are always vivid and colourful in a bright environment with Daytime Mode.
  • Input Source NamingInput Source Naming - Personalise devices and inputs to the projector - for example, re-name a device input to "Tom's Laptop" for easy recognition.
  • Audio Pass ThroughAudio Pass Through - When all you need is sound and not pictures, this convenient feature lets you hear the projector's speakers whilst the rest is on stand-by - helping to preserve lamplife.
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