InFocus releases new ultra-mobile projectors 

April 26th, 2016

mobile projectors

Series includes the brightest lumens-per-pound full 1080p HD projector on the market

InFocus Corporation has introduced its new IN1116 and IN1118HD WXGA and full HD ultra-mobile projectors, which are compact and light enough to pack and bring anywhere.

“When you’re on the road for business, your best travel companion is anything that saves you space and time,” said Dave Duncan, InFocus product manager. “Both the IN1116 and IN1118HD come with built-in 4GB memory and a USB port so you can leave your laptop behind and present no matter where you are. We made them lightweight and compact enough to bring with you on any trip without sacrificing performance, features, connectivity or resolution.”

The IN1116 and IN1118HD each weigh only 3.5 pounds and feature a striking 2400-lumen output, making them ideal for road warriors who travel with a projector to present and collaborate wherever they go. The brightest projectors on the market, lumens per pound, the InFocus IN1110 series projectors perform flawlessly everywhere, regardless of room brightness or size.

“InFocus IN1110 series mobile projectors’ USB port and 4GB, built-in memory and PC-free player allow you to present all of your presentations, documents, spreadsheets and virtually anything else, which is ideal for anyone presenting in multiple locations. And the IN1110 series also connects via HDMI and VGA to any notebook or tablet for quick and easy set-up, and immediate access to all your files,” added Duncan.

The IN1110 series projectors have a durable, road-tested design that is built to last. With an ultra-long lamp life of 10,000 hours and a powerful speaker, both the IN1116 and IN1118HD easily produce bright HD images over and over with full multimedia capability.

InFocus IN1116 and IN1118HD are available now for $888.00 and $1,149.00 USD, respectively. Both projectors come with a carry case and can be purchased through InFocus authorized resellers or at For more information on the IN1110 series HD projectors, please visit

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