DPI is enhancing its product warranty to provide a full 3 years of parts and labor coverage for projectors and accessories employed in standard use applications.*
ATLANTA, GA - CEDIA 2011 - Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award -winning manufacturer of high -performance projection systems, announces an unprecedented update to its product line, which will benefit every DPI customer worldwide. Due to the proven reliability and long -term performance of their precision displays, DPI is enhancing its product warranty to provide a full 3 years of parts and labor coverage for projectors and accessories employed in standard use applications*. This major announcement applies to every DPI projector and accessory delivered after June 15, 2011, to customers served by Digital Projection International.
According to Mike Levi, President of Digital Projection, Inc: "Providing a 3 year warranty across our entire product line serves as formidable evidence of DPI's confidence in the quality and reliability of our offerings. Furthermore, it provides assurance to our customers that their investment in DPI displays is guaranteed to benefit from a minimal long -term cost of ownership."
The precision displays in DPI's product line, from the entry level, single -chip M -Vision series, to the powerful 3 -chip TITAN and LIGHTNING displays, represent the most advanced projection product line available today. Home entertainment enthusiasts can select the perfect DPI projector solution from almost 50 distinct 2D and 3D capable projectors, with brightness capabilities ranging from 500 to 30,000 lumens. The introduction of the 3 year warranty further guarantees that DPI customers will enjoy stellar display performance with no unexpected surprises that will impact their budget.
DPI will be demonstrating their full line of single and 3 -chip 2D and 3D projectors throughout a newly -designed 60' x 60' booth (#4340) at CEDIA Expo from September 8 - 10, 2011, in Indianapolis, Indiana.
* The term "Standard Use Application" is defined as any application that employs the projector up to a maximum of 8 hours per day, or up to a maximum of 40 hours per week.