Mitsubishi WD385U-EST Interactive Projector
Projector provides presenters with extreme flexibility because interactivity is not tied to a specific screen.
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Interactive technology can help presenters engage their audience.
Mitsubishi‘s WD385U-EST projector offers dual pen support so presenters and participants can write on any solid surface, making presentations and learning more interesting for all ages.
The WD385U-EST does not require calibration, according to Mitsubishi, the interactive pen communicates directly with the projected picture. The company says the projector has the world’s shortest focal distance and can project a 70-inch image from less than 23-inches away. The user-friendly pens have the ability to perform all the functions of a standard mouse in addition to drawing.
This projector is ideal for settings where presenters need to interact with material.
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