Native WUXGA resolution and Full HD capability
Projecting at WUXGA resolution (1920 x 1200), Canon’s XEED WUX10 offers outstanding imaging power – reproducing bright, high contrast widescreen computer images and full 1080p High Definition video. Canon LCOS technology overcomes conventional projection limitations, reproducing fine detail with no unwanted “lattice” or “rainbow” effects.
The XEED WUX10 employs Canon’s AISYS optical system to deliver sharp, clear images at a powerful 3200 lumens brightness. AISYS maximises light path efficiency to get the most from a highly efficient AC projector lamp, for results that cut through high levels of ambient light.
The Canon AISYS system also yields a high 1000:1 contrast ratio. This ensures faithful reproduction of every subtle gradation in source images, with deep blacks and vivid colours.
The XEED WUX10 features a new Canon 1.5x powered zoom lens, specially designed to combat distortion and deliver exacting image geometry. A 10:0 lens offset makes installation exceptionally easy.
Fully automatic set-up
At the touch of a button, the XEED WUX10 automatically configures four key settings: Focus, Keystone Correction, Input Selection and Screen Colour Correction. Settings are accurately adjusted in seconds, leaving you free to focus on your presentation.
High Definition connectivity
Designed for use with HD sources, the XEED WUX10 features a DVI terminal and an HDMI™ Connector. HDCP encryption is supported, enabling playback of commercial video material.
With its on-board RJ-45 port, the XEED WUX10 can be connected directly to a network for control and monitoring. This makes it ideal for integration with industry-standard AV control systems.
Running at levels of just 31dBA in Quiet Mode, the XEED WUX10 won’t distract your audience with fan noise. Quiet Mode also extends lamp lifetime to a maximum of 3000 hours.
With a lightweight design that weighs just 4.9kg, the XEED WUX10 offers outstanding projection power in an exceptionally convenient, compact form. For added convenience, the “Off and Go” feature allows immediate disconnection of the power cable at the end of a presentation.