Besides the watch or pocket computer that was so familiar to our brothers, Casio also made many other products, among them the projector, especially the machines for educational purposes. efficient, not only by design but also convenient wireless features and technology. I just had the opportunity to attend the launch of Casio Vietnam’s new series of projectors, discovering quite a number of interesting features in these machines, please share some pictures with you.
A Slim projector with a slim design, easy to move, looks nice and compact.
One of the points that Casio emphasizes in most of their projector products is the ability to operate stably, enhance durability and environmentally friendly. Instead of using light bulbs, limiting mercury, Casio projectors use LED and laser light sources to project images (light source life is said to be 20 thousand hours).
The image above is a projector opened by Casio to talk about modular design to limit the impact of dirt. At the same time through which we can see the image inside, the path of light, the activity of each area and the different parts.
One of the remarkable products at the introduction was a UST series. Not only can it be projected close to the screen (for a projection size of 100 inches from a distance of 40cm) but at the same time, we will have lots of ways to control the projector wirelessly.
First, the projector can be wirelessly connected to a laptop via a wifi connection, allowing wireless projection of content from a laptop. However, things have not stopped there. Many projectors can be installed in different areas, classrooms, rooms, etc. that can be connected and managed into a single system. At that time, people can control the presentation, the content, the source of presentation, the data of each different projector, …
On the other hand, 8 devices (up to 40 devices and networks) can simultaneously connect to one projector. Each projector will display a maximum of 4 different broadcast sources in screen split format, allowing projection with many different scenarios, which can be remote meetings (both inside and outside the country, common or different. points), teachers interact with screens and students by phone while walking around the classroom, …