RJ-45 wired LAN, Increased I/O connectivity, 3-D ready, 1.5X manual zoom, auto brightness adjustment to save power and reduce eye fatigue.
3 Year Parts and Labor, 3 Year or 6,000 hours on lamp.
Wireless remote control
6' RGB cable
6' AV cable
6' AC Power Cord
Soft Carry Case
Manual on CD-ROM and booklet
Casio XJ-M255 projector details:
WXGA Lightweight Lamp-Free Projector with RJ-45 wired LAN for wireless presentations and Mobi-show. Manufacturer Item No.: N/A
The Casio Signature Series Projectors provide high brightness and connectivity
for use in large and small rooms.
USB modelIncludes RJ-45 wired LAN, wireless presentations and Mobi-show, WLAN presentations from smart phones and mobile devices and presentations from your thumb drive.
Automatic Brightness Adjustment Power saving
automatic use of ECO mode and proper brightness for
reduced eye fatigue.
DLP 3-D Ready Add the excitement of dynamic 3D
projection to your business and education applications.
Casio projectors can display 3D content from a 3D
capable computer and with the optional 2D-3D
conversion software convert and view 2D composite
video content. Active Shutter 3-D glasses (YA-G30) and
software (YA-D30) required and sold separately.
1.5X manual zoom
Low Total Cost of Ownership Mercury lamp free - No lamp to replace. Long Life - Up to 20,000 Hours
Casio XJ-M255 Customer Reviews:
Visual Apex has top-rated customer satisfaction on sites like:
One definition of success is when performance exceeds expectation, and when I got my hands on the new 3,000-lumen WXGA resolution Casio XJ-M255, my expectations were high since this projector embodies the latest version of Casio's proprietary laser/LED light engine. By definition, then, a successful evaluation of this DLP projector would require more than just a good image and some nifty bells and whistles. To add some anticipation to the mix, this was the first time I had seen Casio's laser/LED light engine since I last saw it in their XJ-A250 which came up well short of its brightness rating and didn't do well in the image quality department. [Read full review]