Wireless Projector
Wireless Projector – Real-Time Data Transmission

Wireless Projector – Real-Time Data Transmission

Sharp Electronics Corp. today announced a new enhancement to its wireless Notevision PG-M25X projector that gives users access to corporate networks and the Internet. This feature benefits users by greatly expanding their options; they can now enhance their presentations by accessing a nearly unlimited range of content in real time. Sharp’s 5.8 lb. PG-M25X projector is its flagship wireless projector boasting 1900 ANSI Lumens brightness, an exclusive new image compression algorithm and IEEE 802.11b wireless LAN technology, and permitting real-time data transmission over a wireless network.

If customers are currently using a PG-M25X model that does not have this feature, Sharp will install it free of charge. Sharp is also offering free product shipment to and from the customer’s location.

“Sharp expects this feature to be very well received by current and future PG-M25X users,” said Fred Krazeise, Director of Strategic Marketing, Sharp LCD Products Group. “Web and network access gives presenters the ability to deliver rich, vibrant presentations without worrying about content availability – if it exists on their company’s network or on the Internet, they can add it to their presentations in real time, subject to compliance with copyright and other laws.”

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