Ricoh India has expanded its portfolio of business communications devices with the launch of its new series of Ultra Short Throw Projector. The projectors enable a bright and colourful big screen without managing the cables. The new series comprises of three models- Ricoh PJWX4141 is the basic one, then there is PJWX4141N the interactive model and last one is the interactive model named as PJWX4141Ni. All these are light in weight and are very much portable as well.
Speaking about the launch of the new projectors, Manoj Kumar, Executive Vice President & CEO, Ricoh India said, “The projector market in India is rapidly evolving and projectors are fast gaining acceptance as the ‘consumption device’ in the industry. We are enthusiastic to bring new advancement in projection and great performance products for our customers with the launch of our new projectors. We are already the leaders in Digital Multifunction Products with 23.4% market share as per the Q3 results by IDC, and got a substantial market share of Laser Printers. With addition of Visual Communication Products, Ricoh India will emerge as a complete ‘Document Management’ by company”.
The PJ WX4141 is the first of its kind to have a ‘Free Form Mirror’, projection, and creates a high quality image from a distance of just 4 inches with high brightness. This model has various other significant features like 3D projection, auto keystone correction and background correction. The next in line PJWX4141N enables the presenter to connect ‘wirelessly’, from various devices. It also supports projection of PDFs and JPEG images through a flash drive /USB. The device comes with innovative features like network connectivity, remote management and optional interactive features.
The third in the series is the PJWX4141Ni (interactivity built in) projector that produces an ‘electronic whiteboard’, on any surface where the image is projected. Along with this, Ricoh’s Ultra Short Throw Projectors are connected wirelessly between the Projector, Computer and the Interactive Pen, allowing the presenter a complete freedom of movement in the meeting /presentation room.