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3MDigital Projectors deliver crisp and bright presentations that help capture the attention of the audience and leave a lasting impression. Using wireless and networking technology, 3M has taken digital projection to the next level for the business, education and organization environments.

Optional Wireless Connectivity

The 3M X95i projector features wireless presentation capabilities, eliminating the need to pass around a connection cable when multiple presenters are in the room. It can also display up to four individual computer presentations simultaneously, and individual user names can be displayed for the connected computers, making it easier to keep track of the displayed presentations. Additionally, the MIU LiveViewer software provides a quick and easy connection wizard for setting up a wired or wireless network presentation.

PC-Less Presentations

By using a SD memory card or a USB memory device, you can present .jpg, .png, .bmp and .mpeg4- SP les from the projector without being connected to a computer. This is ideal for those who give mobile

presentations or for those who have security concerns about carrying their PC to different locations.

Just store les like your digital camera pictures on an SD card, or store .jpg data les on a USB memory device and insert either into the designated slot on the projector connection panel, and you’re ready to display.

Software Capabilities

The 3M X95i offers networking capability, while the PJMan software gives users the ability to control, diagnose and manage a group of projectors from a single, remote location. Images can also be transferred via LAN connection to individual or multiple projectors. These images are stored in the projector’s memory and can be displayed using “My Image” feature. My Image can be recalled and displayed locally using the projector’s remote control, or remotely

Screen Size

(Diagonal)

40"

(1.0)

60"

(1.5)

100"

(2.5)

150"

(3.8)

200"

(5.1)

300"

(7.6)

Projection Minimum (m)

Distance Maximum (m)

51" (1.3) 78" (2.0) 131" (3.3) 197" (5.0) 263" (6.7) 395" (10.0)

62" (1.6) 94" (2.4) 157" (4.0) 237" (6.0) 317" (8.0) 476" (12.1)

Screen Size

Diagonal [inch (m)]

40"

(1.0)

60"

(1.5)

100"

(2.5)

150"

(3.8)

200"

(5.1)

300"

(7.6)

Minimum [inch (m)]

Maximum [inch (m)]

47" (1.2)

57" (1.4)

71" (1.8)

86" (2.2)

120" (3.0)

144" (3.7)

181" (4.6)

217" (5.5)

241" (6.1)

291" (7.4)

363" (9.2)

437" (11.1)

Image Size 16:9

Image Size 4:3

Projection

Distance

Note: These sizes are +10 percent. This is due to variations in the manufacture of the lens. If you are close to one of the endpoints you should verify with your unit that the image is the proper size at the proper distance. * USB secure memory devices and USB hubs are not supported.

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