Projectors in the Workplace
In the world of useful audio-visual solutions for workplaces and business, LED projectors are at the top of the list. Their portability, user friendliness and ease of connectivity are making LED projectors a big hit in companies, government offices and educational organizations.
Projectors are not only shrinking in size, but they are enlarging in capabilities and definitional quality. Among the top asset for projectors today is LED light sources. Formerly, projectors relied on conventional lamps, but these proved to be outdated with LED technology. The benefits are numerous.
For starters, LED light sources have a lifespan of anywhere from 10-30 years over conventional lamps. Secondly, LED lights use less power, and deliver brighter, more clearly defined colors. This helps with company presentations shown on projectors and needing rich color experience to accurately present color-heavy charts and today’s multi-media content.
A recent example of today’s modern LED projector technology at work is the new Canon LE-5W projector. This is an excellent projector, suitable for use in offices, classrooms and even high tech living rooms. Connect this projector from one of its high-definition ports with PC’s, Blu-ray players, game consoles, HD streaming players, and digital cameras to project high-quality movies, video games, and still-or-streamed images onto nearly any surface. You can view other Canon projectors and more audio visual solutions at the CCS Presentation Systems website.
The world of projectors is constantly changing, so it helps to meet with a professional team to learn more about what’s current and useful for your organization. If you need new projectors for your school or company, contact CCS Presentation Systems, one of the Southwest’s leading resellers of modern projectors.
CCS specializes in not only projectors, but also the installation, integration and maintenance of all types of audio video systems and collaborative learning tools. These tools include interactive whiteboards, digital signage and student response systems (clickers) for K-12 and higher education, as well as video conferencing and digital displays for the corporate and government sectors.