Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
February 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Eiki International Introduces the EK-100 Series
Classroom Projectors

Four models with 10,000-hour lamp life!

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Eiki International, Inc. a world leader for over 40 years in projection technology, is pleased to debut the EK-100 Classroom Series Projectors. Featuring 3 LCD design for excellent image quality and reliability, the new EK-100 Series encompasses four models: (1) the EK-100W with 3,600 ANSI Lumens brightness and WXGA resolution; (2) the EK-101X with 4,200 ANSI Lumens and XGA resolution; (3) the EK-102X with 3,300 ANSI Lumens and XGA resolution; and (4) the EK-103X with 3,300 ANSI Lumens and XGA resolution.

Common to all four models in the EK-100 Series product line, users will appreciate the projectors’ 10,000-hour lamp life (in economy mode, 4,000 in normal mode). Equally notable for the EK-100W, 101X and 102X is the 10,000:1 contrast ratio, as well as Corner Keystone Correction. Mobile professionals will most certainly appreciate these 3 models, which offer HDMI™ with MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link), making these exceptional meeting projectors capable of displaying HD Video from smartphones and tablets—providing maximum versatility for a wide range of content sources. Further, the line includes convenient 1.48-1.78:1 throw to width manual zoom and focus lens.

For connecting to a variety of sources, the EK-100 Series projectors are compatible with inputs up to UXGA and WUXGA. To ensure seamless integration into a wide range of environments using control automation, integrators will certainly appreciate the EK-100 Series’ support for Crestron RoomView™ and AMX Device Discovery Technology.

Steve Rubery, Eiki's National Sales Manager, commented on the company’s new EK-100 Series projectors. “The new EK-100 Series projectors deliver the rich color saturation of 3 LCD technology. With their support for HDMI™ with MHL (except for the EK-103X), instructors can easily give, for example, a PowerPoint presentation direct from their phone or tablet—thus minimizing the amount of gear they must carry to the classroom or lecture hall. With up to 10,000-hour lamp life, they rival laser projectors for ease of maintenance and total cost of ownership. They are a fine option for low cost digital signage and classroom operation. I’m confident that AV integrators, educators, and business professionals alike will find much to like with these new projectors.”

Eiki’s new EK-100 Meeting Room Series Projectors are shipping now. MSRP pricing is as follows:

About EIKI

Founded in 1953 in Osaka, Japan, the company established its international network with film projection. The EIKI name literally means "projectors" in Japanese. Today, the company manufactures and markets a broad range of projection technology for education, religion, government and business communication, and offer it through a network of professional audio video dealers.

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