InFocus releases cheap short-throw projector

InFocus IN146 costs $1299, can project a full image from 75cm away

The InFocus IN146 costs $1299 and is available now.

The InFocus IN146 costs $1299 and is available now.

Projector manufacturer InFocus has released a short-throw projector aimed at businesses that face space and budget constraints.

The InFocus IN146 has a minimum throw distance of 0.75m, projecting a 1.2m wide image with 2700 lumens of brightness. The projector's maximum range is 1.65m, which displays a 2.7m wide picture. Wall and ceiling mounts are also available for the IN146. The projector has a long lamp life of 4500 hours, which can be extended to 6000 hours in the IN146's Eco mode.

The $1299 InFocus IN146 is available now from Revolution Technologies.

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