- Product type
- Physical resolution
- Aspect ratio
- Dimensions (W x H x D)
- Keystone correction
- Light source
- Max. lamp life (ECO)
- Max. lamp life (standard)
- Operating noise (standard / eco)
- Projection ratio
- Special features
Project data and videos at resolutions of up to 4K. The H6 series offers everything from short-throw to extra-large projectors so you'll find the right solution for any need. The H6 series is NVIDIA 3DTV Play-ready.
The P1 series guarantees crystal-clear projection in any room. Your presentations will shine as brilliantly as your ideas, even in bright environments. These models can be used anywhere, thanks to their high ANSI lumen rating and 40° keystone correction.
NEC's U and UM-series ultra-short distance projectors are installed directly above the projection screen. This enables the presenter to stand directly in front of the screen and move around freely without being dazzled by the projection beam.
With super bright projections, professional features and future-proof connectivity, NEC P series LCD projectors deliver the big picture with a small TCO.
The PT-LB and PT-LW series business projectors are compact, portable all-purpose projectors at an affordable price.
Casio's Ultra Short Throw series offers even more freedom for modern teaching. It generates large images over a short projection distance, enables glare and shadow-free presentation and makes lamp failures a thing of the past.
The new fast aperture Superior series impresses with its brilliance and precision: The exclusive ES features for the digital classroom also enable ultra-fast configuration and the easy integration of several presentations.
Manufacturer no.: XJ-F101W
Bechtle no.: 4360478
Technology: DLP, Brightness: 3500 ANSI lumens, Physical resolution: 1280 x 800, Contrast: 20,000:1, Weight: 3.8 kg
These ultra-short-projectors deliver sharp images even in tight spaces. You'll be able to project your content on a large surface despite having only a short projection distance--making it ideal for small rooms.
The S1 series projectors impress with their sharp image representation. Their high resolution provides clear and detailed images on large screens, while the integrated colour enhancement functions enable vivid colours.
Manufacturer no.: MR.JR611.001
Bechtle no.: 4334360
Technology: DLP, Brightness: 5500 ANSI lumens, Physical resolution: 1920 x 1200, Contrast: 2,000,000:1, Weight: 6.0 kg
X1 series projectors offer great value for your money. Featuring 3200-4000 ANSI lumens and keystone correction, they can be used in a variety of scenarios both in the office and on the road.
Manufacturer no.: MR.JR411.001
Bechtle no.: 4334355
Technology: DLP, Brightness: 2000 ANSI lumens, Physical resolution: 1920 x 1080, Contrast: 1,000,000:1, Weight: 2.2 kg
Manufacturer no.: MR.JQE11.001
Bechtle no.: 4253457
Technology: DLP, Brightness: 2200 ANSI lumens, Physical resolution: 3840 x 2160, Contrast: 10,000:1, Weight: 3.5 kg
Let the power of your ideas shine through with projectors from the Large Venue series. With projection this crisp and bright, even your most complex concepts will be grasped easily by associates, clients or students.
Share your ideas on the road with a portable Acer LED projector. Our compact models start at just 24.5 mm, so you can keep a world of ideas safely in your trouser pocket.
The compact NEC ME series projectors provide ideal support for your presentations. LCD technology ensures clear images and realistic colours for both classrooms and conference rooms.
NEC's PA and PX Series laser projectors offer outstanding image quality, first-class display functionality and flexible installation options. The laser light source can be used for up to 20,000 hours without the need for maintenance.
Casio's Core series makes it easy to get started with mercury-free projection. The environmentally friendly laser & LED hybrid light source saves electricity, reduces operating costs by up to 40% and offers a long service life of up to 20,000 hours.
With 5000 ANSI lumens, the P6 series is designed for use in auditoriums and large conference rooms. Discover new possibilities through its integrated lens shift technology and keystone correction.
For transparent project management
Business thrives on the process of implementing new ideas and plans. Without it, innovation would disappear altogether. But turning ideas into reality requires an exchange of ideas and transparent project management. This is exactly why projectors are so essential. They allow us to communicate content to our audience through videos, images, charts and text. And that allows us to lay the foundation for working towards a common goal. Projectors are even more powerful than other solutions, such as video conferencing systems—provided all participants are able to meet in person. Which projector you choose depends closely on what you want to present and where you want to present it.
Projector specifications to consider
Projector technology is quite diverse, leading to differences in brightness, contrast and colour fidelity. Presenting in a room without shades, for example, requires a projector with more intense brightness to ensure that content can still be seen. This is also true if the projection surface is far away from the projector. DLP (digital light processing) technology delivers strong contrast but doesn’t always render colours accurately. LCD projectors, on the other hand, feature less contrast but greater colour fidelity. Several options are also available for your projector’s light source, including bulbs, laser light, LEDs or laser/LED hybrids.
Selecting and ordering your projector
Our online shop offers a broad range of projectors that will give your business an extra boost. You’ll also find bulbs, mounts and other accessories—even presentation furniture and projection screens. Several filter criteria, such as brightness, contrast and resolution, are available to help you narrow down your choices. Secondary criteria include connectivity options like Wi-Fi and features such as zoom and keystone correction. When making your selection, you may also want to consider the projector’s operating noise and maximum bulb life, which varies considerably and could make a big difference in operating costs.