Mitsubishi's WD390U-EST "cloud projector" seeks to help worship facilities avoid technical difficulty when sharing complicated pages. Users simply log onto their network and begin displaying content in seconds, whether from a local server, the Internet, or the cloud.
As long as the new WD390U-EST extreme short throw projector is connected and logged on to a network, and there's a Bluetooth-enabled keyboard and mouse available, children can access content on a server. Meanwhile, presenters won't have to worry about uploading their lessons or running late because the WD390U-EST makes projection rally simple.
By using free SidePad and WiFi Doc applications, the WD390U-EST projector initiatives with flexibility. Teachers can use a mobile device, such as a tablet or a smart phone, to access, mirror, and control a computer that is connected to the projector and the same Wi-Fi network and present PowerPoint, Excel, Word, TXT, PPD, and JPG files from their iOS or Android devices directly through the projector.
Using Texas Instruments DLP technology, the new projector boasts 3,000 lumens of brightness as well as a long lamp life up to 6,000 hours in low mode.
The projector comes with Mitsubishi's three-year limited warranty on parts and labor, and a one-year limited warranty on the lamp.