Hitachi America, Ltd.

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Jun, 2017
Hitachi Marketing

Thank you so much for everyone who came to visit us in Orlando at InfoComm 2017! We love the opportunity to see so many of our customers in one place. We hope you enjoyed what we highlighted in our “Hitachi City” booth. For those who couldn’t make it, here’s  a recap of what was on display:

New laser and LED Projectors – LP-WU3500, LP-WU9750B, LP-WU6600, LP-WU6500, LP-WU9100B

New Interactive Flat Panel Displays – 65″, 75″, 86″

Lenses – USL-901, Portrait Converter, FL-710, FL-920, FL-910, SL-902

Projectors – CP-WU8700, CP-WU5506M, CP-TW3005, CP-WU9100B

New models will be added to our website soon, stay tuned!

 

06
Apr, 2017
Hitachi Marketing

Looking for more solutions from the brand you can trust? Come visit us at InfoComm 2017 as we unveil new additions to our product line and see what Hitachi can do for you, you’ll like what you see!

To Register for your complimentary exhibit hall badge visit: https://l.feathr.co/infocomm-2017-hitachi-america-ltd-j


06
Mar, 2017
Hitachi Marketing

“Quite simply, the Hitachi LP-WU3500’s combination of image quality, quiet operation, brightness, reliability, and setup flexibility adds up to a solid value and an impressive choice for a variety of applications. We are happy to give it our Road Test Certified award and logo.”

Click here to read the full review.


07
Feb, 2017
Hitachi Marketing

The Hitachi CP-X25LWN’s extensive list of features and outstanding lamp life warranty make it a perfect choice for your classroom or conference room.

Projector Central has named it Road Test Certified, read the review here.

This month’s Tech & Learning magazine has a special feature, read it here.

CP-X25LWN setting 2

 

13
Jan, 2017
Hitachi Marketing

Mount Hermon Christian Camp relies on a Hitachi laser projector in the main auditorium to welcome and inform campers every summer, as well as host church group meetings and outdoor school sessions. In the end, IT Manager Dave Peterson’s decision to go with Hitachi’s laser projector keeps him off the latter changing bulbs and keeps him engaged and in the moment with every camp at Mount Hermon.

“During the summer we have the projector turned on eight to ten hours a day, six days a week. We were going through bulbs like crazy and they’re expensive,” says Peterson. “When I say that new projectors had a laser light source with no bulb I was really intrigued. Now, with the laser, there’s nothing that will go out in the middle of a session.”

Read the full story here.

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