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Barco’s new iCon NH-12, three-chip DLP projector brochure is world’s first

The new 6-page iCon NH-12 brochure introduces the world‘s first network-centric projection system with 12,000 lumens light output, full 1080p HD resolution, and Windows desktop integration. From displaying a variety of data sources in multiple windows, to simple mouse and keyboard control, to centralized control and diagnostics, the brochure outlines the clear advantages and cost benefits of the iCon NH-12 for professional, user-friendly projection and real-time collaboration. The brochure also includes a great description of the system‘s maintenance-free design and optimizations for multi-channel projection, as well as clearly compares the various applications that greatly benefit from the iCon NH-12. Also inside, find a comprehensive coverage of technical specifications. For a free copy, please download it at www.barco.com/presentation or email contact.bps@barco.com.

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