Posted on April 28, 2020 By Nikki Zelinger
Casio XJ-F211WN Projector Review – Hardware: Hardware Overview, Inputs and Connectors, The Lens
The Casio XJ-F211WN is compact and portable, allowing it to be shared between classrooms or conference rooms. The projector measures 11.8 inches wide, 11.8 inches deep, 3.8 inches tall, and weighs just 8.4 lbs.
The top of the projector has the manual focus control for the lens and the control panel.
The air intake vent is located on the left side of the projector when facing the lens.
The hot air exhaust vents are located on the back sides of the projector when facing the lens. The inputs and connectors panel is located on the back of the Casio XJ-F211WN. Let’s take a closer look.
The Casio XJ-F211WN has all the inputs and connectors one would expect on a projector of this price point. Though simple, the projector has everything you’d need for all the common applications within business and education environments.
In addition to the wired LAN, this Casio has Wi-Fi connectivity via an optional wireless module. This allows a variety of devices to connect to the projector over Wi-Fi.
A Note for Education Buyers: Some schools do not have reliable Wi-Fi, however, so your school’s Wi-Fi signal is something to take into consideration when buying such a projector for your district’s classrooms.
The Casio XJ-F211WN has a manual 1.50:1 zoom lens located on the front right of the projector. Below, you will find throw charts for 60” and 100” diagonal screens.
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