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Casio XJ-M255 Review

17 Sep

Casio XJ-M255

Part of Casio’s Signature Model projector series, the XJ-M255 (not yet priced) DLP projector offers 3,000 lumens in brightness across a 300-inch image, and wired and wireless connectivity. The projector boasts more facial appearance such as a 1,280 by 800 native resolution, 3D image compatibility and 1.5 era manual zoom.

Design and Facial appearance
This Casio model looks much more retro than its counterparts in additional manufactured goods lines, with a slim, all-colorless casing. Only its face is a set alight gray, with its lens embedded vaguely deeper into the frame on its right side. The XJ-M255 sports one HDMI port, one component record input, an RGB productivity, an RJ-45 Ethernet port, a USB port and more.

 

XJ-M255

This DLP projector had its set alight fund built by Casio by zero mercury, and with the power to initiation up in just 8 seconds with no cool-down period needed. And after early up, users can spectacle media stored on their iOS or Machine diplomacy through the XJ-M255 by its Mobi-show map. This also allows up to 32 PCs to connect to the projector at once, with four images showed at once.

In addition, users can spectacle media frankly through a USB drive. The XJ-M255 chains 3D image projection, but optional software and accessories are needed. The projector also has an ambient set alight sensor, which adjusts brightness to contest its surrounding set alight to lower power consumption and eye strain. This also contributes to the XJ-M255′s lifespan of up to 20 thousand hours before substitution.

XJ-M255 Specifications

Engine Type
DLP 

XJ-M255

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