Nikon has projector built in a digital camera,and some has it in mobile phone. Different from all these, Infocus has released its IN1102 DLP WXGA Projector that seems to dare other similar products in the industry. Undoubtedly one of the brightest projectors in recent times, the IN1102 DLP WXGA comes along with other innovative features. First you have the sharp text and images that makes the output of your laptop or PowerPoint slide stand out clearly no mater how far the reader is located. Again, you have the 1280 by 800 screen resolution for delivering outstanding presentations at lecture halls or at conferences or meeting rooms. This superb output is the ideal feature product merchandisers and marketing or salesmen will want to have.
This novel projector was specially designed to handle high resolution graphics. It has the capability to show in vivid colors, PowerPoint slides, charts, video and diagrams in outstanding clarity.
InFocus improved on the connectivity too. You can connect two computers to the projector. This means two people can use the system for presentation. This is a time saving feature and one that will also let small to medium sized businesses save money on new projector investments.
If you need to travel with the projector you can cut down on luggage cost by using the DisplayLink feature that works by transmitting the data in a compressed form from the PC to the projector; helping you do away with the VGA cable.
It is not understood why a projector of this capability is unable to project DVD images so well. The output is so poor at times you may have to decipher what is been projected.
For such a fine appliance, you will be surprised that the audio is very poor. The projector has a 1 watt sound output and even that you can hardly hear what is been spoken because the sound is delivered in the mono format. When you take this negative feature out, all you have is a top notch projector suitable for both home and business use.