Barco introduces the IQ G300 projector
Tuesday, 12 March 2002
Barco has released the IQ G300 projector, the first in a new series of intelligent projection solutions. The IQ’s feature set provides intelligent solutions for high-end applications, such as meeting rooms, videoconferencing centres, training facilities and auditoriums.

The projector’s picture-in-picture (PiP) feature allows the presenter to display up to four resizable source windows on the screen simultaneously. Operators can display a spread sheet, video clip, presentation and videoconference all on the same screen. The IQ RGB analog input and D-sub input allows simultaneous connectivity of two data sources. These sources include laptops, PCs, Macs or workstations, which allows data to be compared easily and information to be retrieved quickly.

The IQ G300 utilizes 1.3" poly-silicon LCD panels with a native XGA resolution (1024 X 768 pixels), offering a maximum of 3,500 ANSI lumens. The platform is based on a reliable, dual UHP lamp system, with single- or dual-operation mode. In single-lamp mode, smart switching doubles the operation time of the lamp. The IQ features a lamp life of 1,500 hours at dual-lamp operation. In the single-lamp mode, lamp life is doubled (3,000 hours). The IQ G300 is the first of a series of projectors based on the IQ platform.

(Ruth Rossington)

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