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Three-Chip DLP Home Cinema Projector Launched

InFocus Launches Flagship Three-Chip DLP Home Cinema Projector That SETS Benchmark In Image Performance

New InFocus ScreenPlay 777 Features Amazing Brightness, Colour and Contrast and Offers Performance that Surpasses Expectations

New Zealand - July 9th, 2004 -InFocus® (Nasdaq: INFS), the worldwide leader in digital projection technology and services, today announced the launch of the InFocus ScreenPlay 777, a new three-chip DLP home cinema projector that brings the performance of commercial digital cinema to the elite home theatre connoisseur. With a unique industrial design, powerful three-chip performance, and unmatched image quality, the InFocus ScreenPlay 777 is the ideal projector for consumers who demand the very best in home cinema technology.

Using similar three-chip technology found in professional digital cinemas, the InFocus ScreenPlay 777 has three Mustang HD2+, native 720p high-definition DMD's by Texas Instruments®. Combined with award-winning InFocus ScreenPlay innovation and the same intuitive electronics and connections as other ScreenPlay projectors, the InFocus ScreenPlay 777 projects 2000 lumens of stunning brightness with 3000:1 contrast ratio, resulting in flawless home cinema performance. The projector produces breathtaking colours, incredible brightness for large-screen home cinemas and amazing contrast for perfect detail.

"InFocus is dedicated to providing the discerning home cinema customer and specialised InFocus ScreenPlay channel partners products that produce the best image quality on the market, and the InFocus ScreenPlay 777 delivers the ultimate in home cinema performance for those demanding the best of the best," said Scott Hix, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Americas Business Unit at InFocus Corporation. "We now have a complete offering of home entertainment, home theatre and home cinema projectors to fit the needs of all consumers looking for the unique experience and big picture only InFocus ScreenPlay can provide."

InFocus engineers gave the InFocus ScreenPlay 777 a sophisticated design that's worthy of the home it graces. Custom installers and homeowners alike will appreciate the attention to detail when the projector is on and off. Its sleek contours reassuringly complement the unique style found in the most richly appointed home cinemas. For ease of installation, the projector employs unequalled features including InFocus ScreenPlay standard electronics, connectivity and a unique seven-lens option. Any of the seven lenses can be easily placed while the projector is mounted for perfect images on any screen. To further ease custom installation, the projector has horizontal and digital keystone correction and power zoom/power focus to provide wide latitude in placement and set up.

Availability The InFocus ScreenPlay 777 will be available through select InFocus Authorized ScreenPlay partners and channels worldwide with an RRP of $46,999 with various lens options priced from $7,999 to $14,999. For more information about the ScreenPlay 777, or where to find a custom installer, please visit or call InFocus on 1800 885 481.

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 recognised 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.

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