NEC has launched a pair of projectors on its M Series Short Throw range. The projectors dubbed NEC M332XS and the M352WS and comes with capability to project a large viewable image from closer to the projection wall or surface. The new projectors are equipped with 3D HDMI and 3D Blu-ray players support.
Both models use DLP BrilliantColor technology and offers variable audio-out for external speakers which can be controlled by the projector remote.
The NEC M332XS projector offers 3300 lumens and a resolution of XGA while the M352WS boasting a 3500 lumens of brightness and WXGA resolution. The devices are also coming with a top cover lamp which can be replaced without removing the projector from the mount. The main differences between two projectors are its resolution and brightness
For connectivity, the projectors offer dual HDMI outputs and optional WiFi as well as internal 20W speakers. The projector also use low power consumption standby mode and turning themselves off when getting no signals.
The NEC M332XS projector is priced at $959 while the M352WS projector at $1069. Both models’ release date is set to April.