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Barco introduces new G60-series and brighter F80s at ISE 2019


Global technology companyBarco, will expand its portfolio with a new G60-series and brighter F80s, allowing customers to choose the same brand for both mid-range as well as high-end solutions.

The introduction of the G60s will enlarge Barco’s offering to a wider range of market segments.

Three single-chip laser projectors offer brightness from 7K to 10K. They will allow customers to fulfil their day-to-day projects but without comprising on the quality.

The G-series will be available in both black and white versions.

The new G-series will also be compatible with other Barco products, further increasing the flexibility.

As well as a compact format, users can work with short-throw lenses to increase the image size or shorten the projection distance.

Barco’s proven record on service and support will be an additional benefit. Each unit is equipped with the Projector Toolset software, to ensure consistent and easy installation and maintenance.

Brighter F80s: same format, more lumens

The Barco F80, launched in 2017, is the perfect fit for a wide range of applications including museums, board rooms and auditoriums. Their 3D capability makes them also perfect for theme park dark rides and interactive experiences.

This year, Barco will add two brighter options to the existing 7,000 and 9,000-lumen versions.

The new F80-12Ks continue to set industry standards with 4K capabilities and low maintenance, while keeping the noise level at its lowest.

Thanks to Barco Pulse’s Single Step Processing technology, the projectors offer a higher image quality with less latency compared to other products on the market – and allows for a smooth overlap in multi-projector set-ups.

Find Barco at ISE 2019 at Hall 12 – F100 and in the Whisper Suite D503. Arrange a meeting here. 

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Michael Mander

Michael Mander

I am a journalist from Essex, England. I enjoy travelling, and love exploring attractions around the world. I graduated from Lancaster University in 2018. Twitter @michael_mander.

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