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Casio Projectors Expands Lamp-free Line-up

Casio Projectors has expanded its lamp-free, Laser & LED Hybrid projector line-up with the addition of the Advanced Series and development of the popular Core range. 

The six new projector models continue to bring the benefits of long lifespans, low-maintenance and dramatically reduced power consumption to increased vertical markets.

The Core range showcases the most affordable projectors ever from Casio. The three new projector models boast a brightness of up to 3,500 ANSI Lumens & 1.5 x optical zoom; which makes them the ideal replacement projectors, built with the user in mind. The original model, the Core XJ-V1 was the first of its kind, bringing the benefits of lamp-free projection to any budget. The new models – which include the XJ-V10X, XJ-V100W and XJ-V110W, extends this innovation, presenting better brightness levels and larger zoom possibilities.

Each model uses the cost-effective, environmentally-friendly Casio Laser & LED Hybrid light source and achieves extremely low power consumption. With no lamps or filters to change, Casio has also significantly reduced maintenance of its projectors resulting in an industry-leading total cost of ownership. All of this is achieved, whilst still creating quality, impactful presentations over their 20,000 hour lifetime with no drop off in brightness.

Casio also released the innovative Advanced Series, which is set apart from the rest of the projector range by its high brightness, 1.07 billion colour reproduction, automatic dimming function and 1.5 times optical zoom, which allows Casio Projectors to access wider industry markets. The casing has also been designed for optimum compatibility with all existing mounting infrastructure, from horizontal ceiling mounts to floor surfaces.

The new models also offer extensive connectivity options including 2 X HDMI ports, USB, WLAN & LAN. This provides complete flexibility for multiple environments as well as allowing integration from third party dongles. With no lamp, the light source remains consistent across the 20,000 hour life span, with no dimming or fading. This also negates the need for a warm-up period, and the projectors start instantly, thus ensuring that no time is lost in meetings or lessons.

Casio remains the only manufacturer whose whole fleet is dedicated to Laser & LED Hybrid projection. With a complete mercury free range, they not only ensure that teaching/working environments are safe, but also replace one of the most unreliable light sources on the planet (UHP mercury lamps).

The addition of the Advanced Series and Core range expansion ensures that everyone can benefit from high-quality, sustainable projection at an affordable price. Reliability for this method of image generation is guaranteed by the brand’s 5 year or 10,000 hour warranty, which is well beyond the lifetime of any traditional projector lamp, offering total peace of mind to customers.

To make an enquiry about Casio’s innovative Advanced Series contact our friendly team on 0333 880 6179 or email




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