The NEC NP115 is a low priced high powered projector that's as useful in the living room as it is in the conference room. It can project high definition signals in the 720p and 1080i formats and most international TV standards. Its 100 to 200 V AC 50/60 Hz power supply is also ready for the world.
The NP115 is so ecologically conscious it can even calculate and display its own carbon footprint in kg by operating in ECO mode. ECO mode lowers light output somewhat, slows the fan and saves you money.
This projector is people friendly too. Its input panel is clearly labeled and color coded. And it enables you to include the hard of hearing members of your audience by displaying Closed Captioning from program sources that provide it. CC also comes in handy to help people whose native language isn't English.
The NP115 sports a 0.55" DLP chip with BrilliantColor. This chip increases color accuracy while it increases color brightness by up to 50 percent. And it processes six different primary colors rather than the usual three. What's more, projectors powered by DLP light engines require no filters that have to be cleaned and replaced periodically.
And it's that same TI chip that allows the NP115 to project 3D images. Just add 3D shutter glasses and 3D programming and step into the world of three dimensions.
2500 Lumens and 2000:1 Contrast Ratio Courtesy of Texas Instruments
Bright, high contrast images from the latest Texas Instruments DLP engine featuring BrilliantColor technology with improved color accuracy can fill a medium to large room, even if there's a fairly high level of ambient light. And DLP panels don't require filters that have to be periodically cleaned and replaced.
Environmentally and Budget Friendly
ECO Mode technology increases lamp life up to 5000 hours, while lowering power consumption and energy costs. The Auto Power On feature activates the projector when a computer signal is detected via the RGB (15-pin) input connector. On the other hand, power management enables the projector to automatically turn off when an incoming signal is not detected from any of the inputs. There's even a carbon savings meter that calculates the positive effects of operating the projector in ECO Mode, which is encouraged by an optional message at startup.
Quick On And Quick Off
Quick start (3 to 4 seconds) lets you begin presenting in seconds while quick shutdown (immediate power off with no cooling required after shutdown) ensures efficient energy usage and no wasted time waiting around for the bulb to cool down.
Ready For The World
The 100 – 240V AC, 50/60 Hz power supply will work almost anywhere in the world (optional power cord may be required.) The NP115 can also handle video signals in the NTSC, NTSC 4.43, PAL-M, N, B, D, G, H, I, 60 and SECAM formats, covering much of the world. In addition it's compatible with dozens of Mac and PC video formats. And of course it can project in 720p and 1080i high definition.
Built-in closed captioning enables decoding and display of text information
from a video source that contains it. Let your whole audience participate, including those who are hard of hearing and those learning English as a foreign language.
Security Measures Protect Your Investment
The NP115 includes a password protection feature that ensures only authorized people use the projector. There's also a Kensington slot through which you can run a cable fastened to a larger object to physically secure it.
Built in Wall Color Correction
When your venue doesn't have a screen handy you may end up having to project your presentation on to the wall. That's not too bad if it's a white wall but what if the wall is say, light green? Not a problem. The NP115 can compensate for nine different board and wall colors.
When combined with active shutter glasses, the 3D Ready NP115 uses DLP Link technology, developed by Texas Instruments, to create 3-D images.
In the Box
NEC NP115 DLP Mobile Projector
Remote Control With Batteries (AAA x 2)
VGA Signal Cable
NEC Projector CD-ROM User's Manual
Quick Setup Guide
2-Year NEC Parts And Labor Warranty on Projector; 1-Year or 500 Hours on Lamp