Dell Network Projector 4350: built for the classroom

Education Technology launches its product profile series with the Dell Network Projector

The Dell Network Projector 4350 is a Full HD projector designed to support business environments of all types, including classrooms and lecture halls, as they become increasingly integrated with more and smarter audio-visual technologies, both for individual and class-based learning.

With a super bright, 4,000 lumens lamp, it is well-equipped to deliver crisp, powerful projections even in rooms with bright lights that would usually affect the projected image quality of less powerful projectors. In fact, the Full HD 1920×1080 resolution delivered is what you would expect from industry standard TVs, meaning clear text and images even when projecting up to a 300” screen size.

As the 16:9 screen aspect ratio has become more common among IT devices, laptops and computer monitors, the projector also adopts this screen aspect ratio to naturally mimic the content from the screen and project an accurate image on the wall or whiteboard. With a huge range of supported wired port connections, the Dell Network Projector 4350 is compatible with numerous devices from Ultrabooks to the latest tablets, smartphones, Chromebooks and more, via convenient colour-coded ports.

As education establishments have existing technology environments, the device is designed to be installed seamlessly to each configuration with HDMI, VGA and composite video connectors available. There are wireless connection options too – the two HDMI ports allow you to plug your wireless dongle of choice, whether it is a Microsoft Wireless Adapter, Chromecast, Amazon Firestick or other HDMI streaming technology, while its location in a convenient concealed compartment keeps dongles out of harm’s way. Via the featured HDMI and micro USB connectors, the projector can also benefit from Intel WiDi technology when connected to an external wireless dongle, giving customers the freedom to pick the type of adapter that suits their working environment best.

If chosen, WiDi 5.0 helps to create easy wireless usage scenarios, allowing for pairing with both WiDi-enabled and traditional Wi-Fi devices. It’s been specifically developed to provide high speed wireless transmission of video and audio, so you can do away with bundles of tangled wiring.

The Dell Network Projector 4350’s versatile, integrated approach extends beyond the environment in which it is directly installed and into the IT suite. A RJ45 connection enables handy remote management options for IT staff via LAN, and an RS232 port allows connection to a commercial RS232 control box for remote projector control.

By offering a wide variety of devices – including laptops, desktops, displays, tablets and more – Dell serves as a one-stop shop for its customers, not only offering the industry’s broadest commercial portfolio to choose from, but also award-winning services and support for all products.

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The Dell Network Projector 4350 comes with the standard Dell 2-Year Advanced Exchange Service that can be extended up to 5 years, and includes a 1 year projector bulb limited warranty and 24×7 access to tech support resources online. Available from as little as £909.00 (+VAT) directly from Dell, it remains one of the most affordable ways to create a 70” Full HD display.

Specifically designed to display content for groups of up to twenty people and boasting the capacity to project an image of up to 300” diagonally, should a more capacious room be in use, the Dell Network Projector 4350 is a model suitable for teaching to primary and secondary school classes, as well as university seminar groups and in lecture theatres.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Size & Weight
Dimensions (WxDxH): 324 mm x 95 mm x 250 mm (12.76′ x 3.74′ x 9.84′)
Weight: 3.0 kg (6.6 lbs)
Projection
Light valve: Single chip DLP®  LVDS (Low-voltage differential signalling) technology
Image Chipset: 0.65′ / 1080p / S600 DMD / DarkChip3TM 
Colour Processing Technology: BrilliantColourTM 
ANSI Lumens (Max.): 4,000 ANSI Lumens (Max.)
Contrast Ratio: 2200:1 Typical (Full On/Full Off)
Uniformity: 75% Typical (Japan Standard – JBMA)
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Native Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (1080p)
Vertical Keystone Correction: Manual +40° / -40°
Video Compatibility
Composite Video input:
NTSC: M (3.58 MHz), 4.43 MHz
PAL: B, D, G, H, I, M, N, 4.43 MHz
SECAM: B, D, G, K, K1, L, 4.25/4.4 MHz
Component Video via VGA input: 1080i (50/60Hz), 720p (50/60 Hz), 576i/p, 480i/p
HDMI input: 1080p, 720p, 576i/p, 480i/p
Lamp Type PHILIPS 260 W user-replaceable lamp
Lamp Life
Up to 3,000 hours Normal Mode
Up to 4,000 hours Eco-Mode
Projector Lens:
F-Stop: F/2.51~2.93
Focal length, f=16~21.4 mm
Lens Offset Ratio: 116% ± 5%
Throw Ratio: 1.068 (wide) ~ 1.451 (tele)
Zoom: Manual 1.36X
Screen Size – Diagonal: 102.79 ~ 762.76 cm (40.47′ ~ 300.3′) (diagonal)
Projection Distance: 4.27 ~ 23.29 ft (1.3 ~ 7.1 m)
3D-Capable: Yes

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