The Hitachi CP-X3010 has features you'd appreciate in a home projector but it's aimed squarely at the education and corporate markets.
Its Whiteboard and Blackboard (which also works with green boards) modes, for example, tune the projector's color output so you can use a board when no screen is available.
Daytime mode ensures vivid, saturated images even when the lighting conditions are less than ideal for projection, as when the lights can't be totally dimmed so the audience can take notes.
The 16 watt speaker means you don't need external speakers (although you can plug in externals if you want to). Audio pass through means you can use the projector's speakers, even if you don't need to project an image, saving lamp life.
An innovative Template function allows you to project lines and grids onto a whiteboard or blackboard, making it easier to write and draw on them.
Closed captioning allows all of your audience to understand your presentation when you project programming that provides it.
In addition to a high 2000:1 contrast ratio, this model features an Active Iris that's automatically controlled to ensure the best image contrast and depth perspective in both bright and dark scenes. What's more, thanks to motion adaptive progressive scan, 3:2 pull down, noise reduction and Hitachi's equalizing gamma function you can project motion pictures with striking clarity and beauty.
The CP-X3010 is compatible with the VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA SXGA+ UXGA AND MAC16" computer display standards. With its world power supply and NTSC, PAL and SECAM compatibility you'd be hard-pressed to find a country where you can't put on a great show with this projector.