Nashua introduces world’s smallest USTP projector

January 31, 2013 • Gadgets and Gaming

Nashua Limited has introduced their Ultra Short Throw Projector (USTP) range. The device is recognised as one of the world’s smallest and lightest mirror reflection type ultra-short throw projector to date, and encompasses two devices, namely the PJWX4130 and the PJWX4130N.

Nashua Limited has introduced their Ultra Short Throw Projector (USTP) range (image: Ricoh)

The Ultra Short Throw Projector is a high end digital presentation tool that can be used for business, education, retail or leisure purposes. The unique feature which defines this product is the ability to project from a short distance of only 11.7cm as the unit is generally placed on the floor or flat surface, to project vertically and not horizontally, onto any screen, wall or flat surface.

The product provides customers with more flexibility and movability while not compromising on quality. It is packaged with a range of accessories, which enable a more congenial Ultra Short Throw Projector experience, such as a wireless remote, and a specialised carrying case for ease-of-use.

Other features that enable the Ultra Short Throw Projector to rise above its competition include easy network connectivity, device management capabilities, user logo identification, an AV mute and freeze button, an HDMI interface and is also 3D – ready (optional 3D glasses are available).

Nashua Limited marketing director David Hallas states that the introduction of this product is consistent with the company’s reputation for offering only the best products and solutions.

“Nashua prides itself on its ability to consistently innovate and provide products that enhance the office experience while ensuring that customers have access to the best in industry technology. The Ultra Short Throw Projector is a prime example of such a product, and we are confident that it will prove to be highly productive and efficient, and once again help our customers save valuable time and money.”

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