Hitachi debuts OneVision, a new discount program for higher ed

June 14th, 2016


New higher ed discount program OneVision offers specialized support and rewards

Hitachi America Digital Media Division is showcasing the LP-WU9750B, the company’s first ever solid-state laser projector at InfoComm 2016. The new laser diode light source offers approximately 20,000 hours of operation and, with no lamp or filter replacement, is maintenance free which provides dramatic reduction in cost of ownership.

It is also releasing a special program just for higher ed: the OneVision program, with discounts and service support. As a member of the OneVision Program, organizations will have direct access to dedicated Hitachi sales and service specialists. Hitachi specialists can arrange onsite demonstrations, provide evaluation units, and consult with teams on current and future projects.

OneVision perks include specialized pricing on projectors and accessories, extended five-year projector warranty, one-year lamp warranty upgrade, advanced replacement and program rewards. Members choose the reward of their choice between either a free lamp with the purchase of three projectors or free projector with the purchase of ten projectors.

Also on display: The WUXGA 1920×1200 resolution projector, which provides 24/7 use for digital signage applications and is perfect for heavy use in large spaces. The engine is protected with an air-tight, dust-resistant seal.

“We strive for the highest quality products with dynamic features at Hitachi, and the new laser projector is no exception.” said Mike Morin, Strategic Sales Development Manager, Hitachi America.

This model also comes with five digital inputs including HDBaseT, HDMI, DVI-D and 3G SDI and seven optional lenses are available that allow for projection distances ranging The LP-WU9750B is compatible with the Crestron Integrated Partner program and the AMX Device Discovery protocol, to facilitate use in A/V systems using Crestron or AMX control. The model also supports web control and PJLink.

Hitachi America, Ltd. Digital Media Division also showcased four new additions to its high-end projector Collegiate Series at InfoComm

The CP-X5505, CP-WX5505, CP-WU5500, and CP-WU5505, were designed for medium- to large-sized venue applications with installation flexibility. Professional installation features include vertical and horizontal lens shift, picture shift as well as Geometric Correction. Advanced installation features include edge blending and warping capabilities and hard-wired remote in and out connection.

For more information on Hitachi projectors, visit Additionally, the LP-WU9750B is eligible for the Hitachi OneVision program.

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Stephen Noonoo

Stephen Noonoo is the current editor of eSchool News. He is a former consultant for CUE, California’s ISTE affiliate, and managing editor of its quarterly publication, OnCUE. He has worked as a freelance writer, an education editor for SmartBrief newsletters, and as a staff editor for a well-known publication focusing on education technology.

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