has debuted the ScreenPlay projector line for the residential market with two models designed to provide sharp, bright images from a variety of sources for gaming, sports, movies, and TV.
has debuted two new projector lines the LED IN1100 Series and the laser INL3100 Series along with the new IN119HDG projector ideal for business and education applications.
Global Stand-alone Video Processors Market: Segmentation Segmentation of the Stand-alone Video Processors Market on the Basis of Application: LED Screen LED Video Walls Segmentation of the Stand-alone Video Processors Market on the Basis of Distribution Channel: Direct Sales Indirect Sales Segmentation of the Stand-alone Video Processors Market on the Basis of Vertical: Media & Entertainment Sports Healthcare and Life Sciences Retail Others Global Stand-alone Video Processors Market: Competition Landscape Key Players The prominent players in the global stand-alone video processors market are Crestron Electronics, Inc., InFocus Corporation
, Extron Electronics, Optoma Corporation, Epson, Archers Elecronic Ltd., EMS-Imaging.com, Intek LED, Outland Technology, Inc.
's BigTouch interactive PC displays have been selected by MultiTaction, to offer customers a single, large-screen, hardware and software solution for visual collaboration.
has introduced Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Pro, the new smart-phone sized desktop PC.
Compelling new digital imaging products have also been created by InFocus Corporation
, the worldwide leader in digital projection technology and services.
Hewlett-Packard Co., InFocus Corporation
, Intel Corporation and Pixelworks Inc.
The US- and Norway-listed projectors maker InFocus Corporation
reported today (23 October) a third quarter operating loss of USD15.86m, as compared to a profit of USD3.27m in the same period in 2001.
At InFocus Corporation
in Wilsonville, the credit helped pay for computers and phone lines for 45 telecommuting employees, says vice president-corporate controller Brian Unruh.
* John Harker is chairman, president, and CEO of Wilsonville, OR-based InFocus Corporation
, a $390 million manufacturer of data and video projectors.