Released February, 2008
The Pros:Affordable price. 2-year limited warranty. Dust-free operation with little-to-no maintenance.
The Cons:No HDMI / digital inputs. Limited resolution - not capable of playing high definition media. Runs hot.
The InFocus IN2102 is a compact and low-grade digital projector ideal for users who typically connect to older computer sources, DVD players, standard-definition video cameras, or other tape-based video contents based on SVGA technology.
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It utilizes Texas Instruments’ DLP with BrilliantColor technology and a 5-segment color wheel to display realistic colors with 2500 Lumens and a 2000:1 contrast ratio. In addition, the IN2102 boasts an energy-efficient lamp that lasts up to 3000 hours and can conveniently be changed without un-mounting the unit. Additional features of the InFocus IN2102 projector include a Kensington lock and PIN-code feature for safeguarding the unit, dust-free operation without any fan filters or lamp screens to change, and a variety of connectivity options, including component, VGA, S-Video, composite, and also RS232 for integration with industry-standard meeting room control systems. The InFocus IN2102 retails for an affordable $549.99 and comes with a 2 year limited warranty.
- Compact, Low-Grade
- DLP Technology w/BrilliantColor
- SVGA Native Resolution
- Energy-Efficient Lamp
- Kensington Lock w/PIN
- RS232 Port
- 2 Year Limited Warranty
- Technology: DLP
- Supported Aspect: 16:9, 4:3, 5:4
- Native Resolution: SVGA
- Lamp Life: 3000 hours
- Lens Zoom: 1.1x
- Lens Throw Ratio: 1.97-2.16 (Distance/Width)
- Lens Projection Distance: 3.93-32.80ft
- Brightness: 2500 Lumens
- Contrast: 2000:1
- Weight: 6.9 Lbs
- Component (RCA) x2
- VESA (HD15) x2
- S-Video (4-pin DIN)
- Composite (RCA)
- Standard Definition TV: Composite RCA, S-Video
- Enhanced Definition TV: VGA
- HD TV: VGA
- Computer: VGA
User Reviews (1)
dust-free operation with little-to-no maintenance
compact and not too heavy (7 pounds)
SVGA resolution is fine for office presentations
limited resolution - not capable of playing high definition media
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