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InFocus Offers A Show Stopping Performance

InFocus offers a show-stopping performance with the launch of the new Play Big 1080p High-Definition Projector Range

Upsize your home entertainment experience as high-definition quality reaches the home theatre with the new InFocus Play Big IN82 and IN81

Auckland (1 November 2007) – With movie buffs and gamers demanding a more immersive and impressive home entertainment experience, digital projection technology leader InFocus is answering the call with the launch of two new HD 1080p projectors to the Australian market, delivering True HD (1080p) projection quality. The InFocus Play Big IN82 and IN81 allow home entertainment buffs to enjoy their Blu-Ray discs, HD-DVD’s, HD gaming titles or the AFL finals season in the most realistic image possible.

”High definition entertainment has truly arrived as the must-have standard for New Zealanders looking to upgrade their home entertainment system or home theatre,” said Sean Tobin, Country Manager ANZ, InFocus Corporation. “With the new Play Big 1080p range, we offer not only the best image quality through high-definition, but also the ability to enjoy favourite movies and video games in cinema-sized format for friends and family to share. You haven’t experienced the ultimate in home theatre until you’ve seen your home theatre in HD!”

InFocus Play Big IN82
As the highest performing, single-chip DLP home theater projector in InFocus’ history, the InFocus Play Big IN82 sets a new benchmark in video performance. With connectivity options for virtually any consumer electronic device, the InFocus IN82 can be easily connected to a range of devices including HD media players, HD or SD broadcast receivers, Blu-Ray video game consoles, DVD players and computers.

Equipped with the latest DLP® DarkChip3™ technology from Texas Instruments, the InFocus Play Big IN82’s impressive 4,000:1 contrast ratio can be boosted to a maximum of 12,000:1 using the iris to increase the richness of blacks and brilliance of whites – The result is an image with more true-to-life colour and depth than ever experienced before. The integrated Pixelworks™ DNX™ 10-bit video processing technology includes HDMI 1.3 with Deep Colour™ displays 1.07 billion colours, allowing viewers to see even the most miniscule detail in a Blu-Ray movie.

The InFocus Play Big IN82 has video optimised 1,500 Max ANSI lumens and can deliver D65K colour accuracy even in a lit room, perfect for an afternoon football game. The InFocus Colour Gamut Calibrator and ISF Day & Night presets allows the user to program their favourite settings, adjusting from afternoon light to evening with the flick of a button.

Matching its show-stopping performance, the sleek high-gloss, black finish of the InFocus Play Big IN82 will be a feature, and match the stylish and minimalist lines of your lounge room.

The InFocus High Definition Projector Range

InFocus Play Big IN82
RRP: $9,999.00
• DLP® DarkChip3™ technology from Texas Instruments
• 4,000:1 contrast ratio
• Pixelworks™ DNX™ 10-bit video processing technology
• HDMI 1.3 with Deep Colour™
• 1,500 Max ANSI lumens
• Available now InFocus Play Big IN81
RRP: $8,499.00
• DarkChip2 DMD technology from Texas Instruments
• 3000:1 contrast ratio
• Pixelworks™ DNX™ 10-bit video processing technology
• HDMI 1.3 with Deep Colour™
• 1100 Max ANSI lumens
• Available now

For more information about the InFocus Play Big projector line-up and its extensive range of complementary products, please visit For your nearest stockist please contact International Dynamics on (09) 379-0179 or visit their website at For more information about InFocus Play Big IN82 and IN81, please visit

About InFocus Corporation
InFocus Corporation (NASDAQ: INFS) is the industry pioneer and worldwide leader in the projection market today. Nearly twenty years of experience and engineering breakthroughs are at work here, constantly improving what you see in the marketplace, and delivering immersive audio visual impact in home entertainment, business and education environments. Being the inventor and leader is simply a great bonus of making the presentation of ideas, information, and entertainment a vivid, unforgettable experience, and we believe our product contributions set the standard for what a big picture experience should be like. For more information, visit us at


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