The Optoma TX765W is a flexible and powerful projector. Its PureShift technology allows for a vertical lens offset of 105 – 130 percent and a horizontal lens shift of plus or minus 30 percent (at 105 percent vertical shift).
Keystone correction is plus or minus 30 degrees vertical and you can use the TX765W from a table top, mounted on a ceiling and using either front or rear projection. There are few places you can’t use this projector.
There are many more reasons you can use this projector just about anywhere. Its 100 – 240 V AC auto switching power supply will work in many countries and its ability to project in NTSC, PAL and SECAM make it a true international performer. For good measure the onscreen display (OSD) offers a choice of 23 languages and the projector offers closed captioning. On the high definition front the TX765W can project in 720i, 1080i and 1080p. It can also sync with more than 20 PC and Macintosh resolutions.
There’s still more power and flexibility to come. This projector is ready for both wired and wireless networking. With its RJ45 jack you can plug the projector into your LAN and monitor and control it from across the hall or across the ocean via the Internet. Wireless networking simplifies installation, saving you time. It also permits up to four PCs to link up to the TX765W for both data and video display
Speaking of wireless, of course the TX765W has a wireless remote. But its remote is also a laser pointer, allowing you to pinpoint your topic on screen. What’s more, it’s also a wireless mouse for PC-based presentations.
You’d expect such a valuable asset to be protected by multiple security measures and you’d be right. You can password protect the projector to lock out unauthorized users at its point of use and for both wired and wireless connections. You can also physically secure it with an optional Kensington security lock.