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Here's a question: does the world need a giant Windows 8 PC? Something tells us the answer must be "yes," and that something is the InFocus BigTouch. It's a giant 55" all-in-one Windows PC, built for huge conference rooms, educational spaces, and working event spaces. Or, the home office of someone who firmly believes that bigger is truly better. It's a massive machine -- large enough to double as a suitable HDTV in most cases, with an internal PC that boasts six USB sockets, two HDMI ports, two Ethernet jacks, a Core i5 processor, and a display resolution of 1920x1080. There's also a 120GB solid... Read more...
How small can a screen be before it's no longer a "big-screen TV?" And how large can a tablet be before it's no longer a "tablet?" Two questions that may never have definitive answers, but we're pretty confident that a 55" tablet...isn't actually a tablet. InFocus has just rolled out the first "all-in-one giant tablet," the Windows 7-based Mondopad. It's a fitting name, particularly when you consider that it's a 55" HD wall tablet that boasts touchscreen functionality and support for cloud-based video conferencing. InFocus has partnered with Vidtel, a cloud video conferencing service provider,... Read more...
InFocus has been a major player in the projection industry for years now, and the company's latest unit appeals directly to home cinema buffs in need of a new 1080p shooter that can put their Blu-ray films up against a 100+ inch wall. The new SP8602 isn't one of those pocketable pico projectors; this is a real-deal projector that would be right at home in your media cave.Boasting adjustable optics, a 30,000:1 maximum contrast ratio and video-optimized 1300 lumens, the device can project an image up to 300" across a wall. It's a little late for this year's Super Bowl party, but it's always the perfect... Read more...
Pico projectors may be all the rage right now, but they certainly aren't for everyone. They may be small and handy to carry, but the limited resolution and input selection (not to mention lofty price) generally keeps them from breaking out into the mainstream. InFocus is hoping to capitalize on the market on "in-betweeners," or folks that don't need something as small as a pico projector, but also don't need a full-blown HD projector.The IN1500 series combines powerful close-up projection with a compact form, which is ideal for rooms with small square footage or for presentation givers that need... Read more...