Viewsonic’s PS750W and PS750WHD DLP projectors, released in August of 2017, offer an affordable, full feature ultra short throw solution for classrooms.
Viewsonic has positioned the PS750W (and it’s counterpart, the PS750WHD) as the “total solution” package provided. With embedded cameras, a laser curtain module, IR pens and interactive software, the PS750W is ready to work out of the box.
In addition, set-up is easy with both table top or wall mount options to fit most classroom designs – both mounting options can place the projector within inches of the projection screen – throw distance is rated a 1.4 to 2.0 feet.
Up to six students and the teacher can use the interactive features at the same time helping build engagement and collaborative skills in classroom settings. The built-in interactive modules and myView Board software allow write, draw and annotate functions. Results can be saved to Google Drive.
The system is compatible with Quizdom Oktopus or Ximbus - optional interactive software packages that offer advanced functionality.
With WXGA (16:10 aspect), 1280 x 800 resolution, 3300 lumen brightness and 10,000:1 contrast, this projector offers the clarity required for easy reading of text and numbers and the lumen output necessary for spaces that often have some ambient light.
A large image size up to 120 inches gives an impressive display to help keep the students attentive and engaged.
The interactive projector space is crowded with Epson, BenQ and Optoma each releasing new projectors in the last year. However, the Viewsonic PS750 and PS750HD can be a player with a strong feature package and a highly competitive MSRP of $1629 (PS750) or $1979 (PS750HD).
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