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InFocus Corporation has debuted the ScreenPlay projector line for the residential market with two models designed to provide sharp, bright images from a variety of sources for gaming, sports, movies, and TV.

The SP2080HD provides bright, 4,000-lumen images in full 1920x1080 HD resolution, and a high 32,000:1 contrast ratio for sharpness and depth. The SP1081HD, also in full 1080p resolution, has 3,800 lumens and 28,500:1 contrast. Users can add either projector to almost any space; InFocus BrilliantColor technology enables the SP1081HD and SP2080HD to project vivid and accurate colors on many surfaces and in virtually any light. Powered by the latest DLP technology, the SP1081HD and SP2080HD can accept content from a variety of sources and can display stunning 3D content from PCs, Blu-rays, game consoles, and more with 144Hz DLP Link 3D glasses (sold separately).

With low latency for ultra-fast response times, the SP1081HD and SP2080HD are optimized for entertainment, such as fast-paced gaming, when milliseconds count. For easy setup, users can select preset picture modes on the SP1081HD and SP2080HD projectors, including Bright, Movie, and 3D, or can customize their own from settings such as Hue, Saturation, Gains, as well as primary and secondary colors using RGBCMY Professional Color Adjustment. InFocus designed the projectors to protect eyes during frequent TV and gaming or movie nights, with color temperatures that can be adjusted to warm at night to support natural circadian rhythm and sleep cycles.

In addition to an HDMI 1.4 port and multiple ways to connect devices, the SP2080HD features a TechStation bay for streamlined flexibility for audio and video playback: Users can plug in their streaming devices, such as a Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick, or Roku Streaming Stick, and close the lid to create a customized entertainment solution that keeps devices organized and out-of-sight.

With features like our new TechStation bay, BrilliantColor technology, expert image adjustment, and multiple picture modes, we're proud that these ScreenPlay by InFocus models bring our legacy of innovation and superior performance back to the home entertainment space, said Dave Duncan, InFocus product manager. With bright images in any light, multiple ways to connect and stream, and advanced 3D support, these models are designed for the best gaming or viewing experience possible.

A number of ScreenPlay-compatible accessories are available to purchase from InFocus, including LiteShow wireless adapters, various mounts, SimpleShare Wireless Presentation Solution, DLP Link 3D Glasses, and carrying cases.

About InFocus Corp.

InFocus makes connecting people and ideas easy, reliable and affordable. The industry leader for more than 30 years, InFocus creates innovative collaboration solutions that support visual teamwork. Its award-winning, integrated services, hardware and software products, including Jupiter by InFocus, are employed and trusted by thousands of the most successful businesses, public agencies, and schools around the world. With solutions for conference rooms, huddle rooms, office desktops, control rooms, classrooms, large venues, and people on the move, there is an InFocus product and service for every application.

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Roku, Inc. has begun rolling out Premium Subscriptions on The Roku Channel later today. All supported devices are expected to receive the update in the coming weeks, beginning with Roku[R] players and concluding with Roku TV models. Premium Subscriptions enables users to browse, trial and subscribe to popular premium entertainment services within The Roku Channel. Users who sign-up for EPIX, SHOWTIME[R] and STARZ before March 31, 2019, can enjoy a 30-day free trial of those services on The Roku Channel. Additionally, viewing of The Roku Channel directly from within the Roku mobile app is available for iOS devices starting today. The update for Android devices is expected to begin to roll out in mid-February.

We've made subscription streaming easy for our customers and are putting them in control. Now there is one place on the Roku platform where users can seamlessly access both free and premium entertainment, with one click sign-up, easy subscription management and a single monthly bill, said Rob Holmes, Roku Vice President, Programming and Engagement. The Roku Channel already delivers a great, free ad-supported experience for our users and a valuable distribution opportunity for our content partners. With the addition of Premium Subscriptions, The Roku Channel will be a better experience for our users and even more valuable for our partners.

Users can access 25+ premium partners including: STARZ, SHOWTIME and EPIX, as well as Baeble Music; CollegeHumor's DROPOUT; CuriosityStream; Fandor Spotlight; FitFusion; The Great Courses Signature Collection; Grokker; Hi-YAH!; Hopster; Lifetime Movie Club; DOX, LOLFlicks, Monsters and Nightmares, Magnolia Selects, and Warriors & Gangsters presented by Magnolia Pictures; MHz Choice; NOGGIN; Shout! Factory TV, Smithsonian Channel Plus; Stingray Karaoke; Tastemade; Viewster Anime; and ZooMoo. More partners are expected be added over time.

The Roku Channel provides users access to 10,000+ free, ad- supported movies and TV episodes. With the addition of Premium Subscriptions, users can watch free and premium entertainment in one easy-to-navigate interface, pay a single monthly bill for subscriptions and enjoy simple account management. Customers can start a free trial or subscribe to new Premium Subscriptions with one click using their existing Roku account information once they visit the subscription page. Premium Subscriptions are only viewable within The Roku Channel.

Premium Subscriptions via The Roku Channel begins rolling out today to select Roku devices in the U.S. All supported devices are expected to receive the update in the coming weeks, beginning with Roku players and concluding with Roku TVs. Customers can check if their device can access Premium Subscriptions by launching The Roku Channel on their Roku device. If the device has received the update, a new row called Browse Premium Subscriptions will be visible below the Featured row.

Sign-up and Web streaming are available via supported Web browsers later today, offering customers an alternative way of watching premium entertainment when they are not at home. To view Premium Subscriptions on The Roku Channel via the Web, visit Due to the phased rollout, customers should check if their Roku player or Roku TV can currently access Premium Subscriptions before signing up on the Web. Premium Subscriptions via The Roku Channel are not available for Samsung TVs.

Viewing of The Roku Channel via the Roku mobile app is available on iOS devices starting today. The Android version of the Roku app is expected to roll out in phases beginning in mid-February. With the updated mobile app, customers can view The Roku Channel anytime, anywhere, including over 10,000 free, ad-supported movies and TV episodes as well as any Premium Subscriptions they have subscribed to on their Roku device or

About Roku, Inc.

Roku pioneered streaming to the TV. We connect users to the streaming content they love, enable content publishers to build and monetize large audiences, and provide advertisers with unique capabilities to engage consumers. Roku streaming players and Roku TV models are available around the world through direct retail sales and licensing arrangements with TV OEMs and service operators. Roku is headquartered in Los Gatos, Calif. U.S.A.

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