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InFocus Introduces a Multi-use Projector

InFocus Introduces a Multi-use Projector with Outstanding Image Quality, Wireless Capabilities and Price Performance (Media release attac hed)

InFocus Introduces a Multi-use Projector with Outstanding Image Quality, Wireless Capabilities and Price Performance


The New InFocus X2 Enhances the Award-winning and Top-selling Value Projector, the InFocus X1

InFocus also introduces a new mobile projector: InFocus LP70+

New Zealand - April 28th, 2004 - Continuing its dedication to delivering innovative and valuable projection solutions, InFocus® Corporation (Nasdaq:INFS), the worldwide leader in digital projection technology and services, today introduces a new multi-use projector that provides ease-of-use features, wireless capabilities and excellent image quality at an affordable price. The InFocus X2 provides cutting-edge projection technology to customers who require a multi-use projector designed for business applications and home entertainment.

InFocus established the cross-over category with the InFocus X1, an award-winning multi-use projector that caters to the needs of small and medium businesses, government agencies, and educators where value and price performance are key factors. The affordable value that customers have come to appreciate with the InFocus X1 will continue with the addition of the new InFocus X2.

"With the InFocus X2, we're providing the same award-winning projection technology with even more value, including new features and wireless capability to enable greater freedom with quick set-up and intuitive operation," said Thomson Chan, Vice President and General Manager, Asia Pacific at InFocus.

Pair the InFocus X2 with the InFocus LiteShow®, InFocus' secure wireless solution, and experience wireless freedom at its finest. Now multiple presenters can share the projector with a touch of button instead of hassling with a cable. The InFocus X2 also includes an extended lamp life, contributing to hundreds of dollars in savings and a superior cost of ownership. When presentations and personal use involve video, the InFocus X2 utilises DLP(tm) technology from Texas Instruments to provide excellent video quality with 1500 lumens, 2000:1 contrast ratio and automatic deinterlacing for smooth, true-to-life images.

The X2 is designed for easy set-up and use. Colour-coded cables, intuitive keypads, simple remote controls and smart interactive menus enable users to easily operate the projector. Called "Projectability" by InFocus, these easy-to-use elements are an integral part of the company's commitment to make projection flexible and convenient to use. Educators will find that the InFocus X2's monitor and audio loop-through features, combined with excellent video performance and economical cost of ownership, make the projector the perfect choice for classroom use.

Availability The InFocus X2 comes with 1 year limited warranty and will be available at a recommended retail price of $2,399. For more information about the InFocus X2, please visit www.au.infocus.com

InFocus LP70+

InFocus has also unveiled a new, compact meeting room projector, the InFocus LP70+. The LP70+ combines exceptional image quality, seamless connectivity, and wireless capabilities in an intuitively designed solution. At just 1.1 kg, the LP70+ gives you the flexibility to meet just about anywhere. The InFocus LP70+ includes powerful 1400 max ANSI lumens and native XGA resolution that will flood any size room with brilliant colour and unparalleled clarity. Integrated data, video and audio yield a projector that's ready to make any multimedia presentation larger than life.

Being wireless ready, the LP70+, when used together with InFocus Liteshow, allows users to share data without the hassle of connecting multiple cables, for ultimate presentation flexibility and efficiency. The InFocus LP70+ will be available at a recommended retail price of $4,699, and comes with a 2-year limited warranty.

About InFocus Corporation InFocus® Corporation (Nasdaq: INFS), the worldwide leader in digital projection technology and services, enhances thinking, learning and creativity in boardrooms, meeting rooms and classrooms and delivers superior home entertainment experiences by vividly projecting larger-than-life images from multiple sources including computers, DVD players, and PDAs. A recognized projection pioneer and innovator, InFocus provides the most comprehensive line of business and home projectors, projector management tools, wireless technology and projection engines. From the smallest and lightest mobile projectors and feature-packed meeting room products to the finest and most compact home entertainment projection solutions, InFocus has garnered industry acclaim for design, functionality and intuitive solutions. InFocus Corporation's global headquarters are located in Wilsonville, Oregon, USA, with regional offices in Europe and Asia. For more information, visit the InFocus Corporation web site at www.au.infocus.com

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InFocus, ASK, Proxima, ASK Proxima, LiteShow, ScreenPlay and LP are trademarks or registered trademarks of InFocus Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. Digital Light Processing and DLP are trademarks of Texas Instruments.


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