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Christie Boxer 4K30 and Captiva Series Projectors Make Debut at InfoComm India 2015

INFOCOMM INDIA/MUMBAI – (September 2, 2015) – Christie®, the world leader in visual display solutions, is showcasing two new products – Christie Boxer 4K30 3DLP® projector and the Christie Captiva Series 1DLP® ultra short throw projector – at InfoComm India 2015 booth #B1, September 1-3.

“We’re proud to present the new Christie Boxer 4K30 and Captiva Series projectors to the India market, which represents a breakthrough in industry standards of projection, and allows Christie to stay on top of the competition,” said Rajesh Patkar, deputy general manager, Christie India. “The Boxer 4K30 is the ultimate combination of power, brightness, performance and durability, and has already been well-received by rental stagers, systems integrators and end-users since its launch earlier this year. We’re confident that our customers in India will also embrace the Boxer 4K30 which is a compelling choice for large venue events or installations.”

Christie Boxer 4K30 – Undisputed Performance and Reliability

The Christie Boxer 4K30 is the brightest, lightest, smallest, omnidirectional 3DLP® projector in its class and is ideal for rental staging and fixed installations including concerts, themed entertainment, projection mapping projects, museums, planetariums and more.

Christie Boxer 4K30 

Christie Boxer features six 450W mercury lamps and is equipped with Christie TruLife image processing to provide the highest bit depth and fastest frame rate for an exceptional performance. Users can monitor the lamp hours and serial numbers through Near Field Communication (NFC) – simplifying the effort required to track lamp-life while providing for fast changeovers without any disruption to the show.

A global hit, Christie Boxer users include Hexogon Solution, a Christie partner based in Singapore that used it to deliver spectacular projection mapping performances at the Padang and Sentosa Merlion to mark Singapore’s golden jubilee. In Germany, Christie partner publitec added 40 new Boxer projectors to its fleet.

Christie Captiva Series – Creating a Wide Canvas for Tight Spaces

Visitors to the Christie booth at #B1 can also experience the super-quiet Christie Captiva DUW350S, which is available with a 0.25:1 ultra-short throw lens, and can be mounted inches from a screen or wall – in portrait or landscape mode – without shadows obstructing the image. Christie Captiva brings a new captivating and creative wide canvas for tight spaces and offers a unique, but practical workspace for everyday activities.

Christie Captiva Series 

Ideal for fixed installations including classrooms, corporate offices, retail, government, and museums where quiet operation is vital, the compact and powerful 3,500-lumen Captiva Series allows users to create and share unique user experiences. Standard connections include 2 x HDMI, VGA (with monitor out), composite video, and audio (microphone and audio inputs). The Captiva Series also supports 3D capability.

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About Christie

Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc. is a global visual and audio technologies company and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ushio, Inc., Japan, (JP:6925). Consistently setting the standards by being the first to market some of the world’s most advanced projectors and complete system displays, Christie is recognized as one of the most innovative visual technology companies in the world. From retail displays to Hollywood, mission critical command centers to classrooms and training simulators, Christie display solutions and projectors capture the attention of audiences around the world with dynamic and stunning images. Visit www.christiedigital.com.

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