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NEC M322W DLP Projector Review - Special Features

Posted on August 26, 2014 by 
NEC M322W DLP Projector Review - Special Features: DICOM SIM Image Mode, USB Memory Viewer, Auto Lamp Mode, Wall Color Correction Presets, Wireless Projection From iPad, Auto Power On and Off

DICOM SIM Image Mode

NEC has included a special picture mode to the M322W that displays images simulating the DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine) standard used with B/W medical imaging (such as X-rays). This mode optimizes black/gray/white detail. Like other projectors that include such a mode, it is not intended for actual medical evaluation, but it allows for more accurate training of medical students, as well as more detailed medical imaging presentations.

USB Memory Viewer

This feature enables you to display photos (JPG) stored on a USB storage device, without the use of a PC. There is also software to convert a PowerPoint presentation to JPG images to allow the presenter to do a full PowerPoint presentation without a PC.

Auto Lamp Mode

When set to Auto Lamp in Eco mode, the M322W automatically adjusts the Eco lamp setting between Off and Normal, depending on the brightness of the projected image. This means that with darker scenes, the lamp may have its power consumption dropped by up to 25%, resulting in reduced energy usage and extended lamp life.

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Wall Color Correction Presets

The NEC M322W has six preset modes that will correct colors when presented on a wall or blackboard.  The options are: Whiteboard, Blackboard, Blackboard (Gray), Light Yellow, Light Blue and Light Rose.  Choosing the correct mode will allow for natural looking colors on when you don't have a white screen.

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Wireless Projection From iPad

In addition to the network presentation abilities of the M322W (see the “Wired and Wireless Networking” section), NEC’s Wireless Image Utility allows for wireless projection directly from an iPad, without a network connection.

Auto Power On and Off

The NEC M322W has an automatic power on feature that will turn the projector on when it detects a signal (via the RGB input) from a connected computer.  Likewise, the projector can be set to automatically power down once an incoming signal is not detected at any input.

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