Ricoh has launched seven new projectors to help businesses and schools collaborate more effectively in today’s dynamic communications environment.
The new lineup that includes Desk Edge, Short Throw, and Standard Install models will be displayed at InfoComm 2015 from June 17-19 in Orlando.
A short throw projection system includes RICOH PJ X4241N and RICOH PJ WX4241N series, which can display an image between 60 – 400 inches diagonal at a resolution of up to WXGA from 24″ – 169.6”.
This series is ideal for mounting in education settings and presenters can use an optional electronic pen to mark up the image or drive the device that is projecting the image.
With short throw projection system it is easy to project images onto floors and ceilings for presentations as it has 360-degree installation capability.
Projector can also display content directly from Microsoft Windows and Android mobile devices with its standard Miracast functionality which creates a peer-to-peer wireless connection.
The series includes improved brightness and its standard wireless and Wi-Fi connectivity enables users to operate the device from either network.
A new desk-edge system includes RICOH PJ X3351N and RICOH PJ WX3351N and designed to be placed on the end of a conference room table.
This series is capable of projecting an image 40 – 400-inches diagonal from a distance of 30.3″ – 481.9″ at a resolution of up to WXGA.
Additionally, this series is also brighter and include 360-degree, Miracast, wired/wireless connectivity and wireless security.
A new line of brighter Standard Install projectors includes RICOH PJ X5460, RICOH PJ WX5460 and RICOH PJ HD5450 and are first HD projector.
This series is designed for small to mid-sized conference rooms and display images up to 300 inches diagonal at a resolution of up to 1080p.
In response to the growing competition in the office equipment market, Ricoh is focusing on products that will address transformation happening in enterprises.
Last month, Ricoh launched a cloud based services portfolio, CHAMPS Cloud IT Services.
As part of its global expansion, earlier this year, Ricoh also announced plans to invest Rs500 crore for India expansion.