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NEC Solutions' new NEC Lamp Protect Program, a first-ever program for IHEs, provides tamp protection for up to three years from the purchase date of the projector. The cost of the program is just $295, less than the replacement cost for one lamp. The program is simple: customers send in their expired tamp, and a new lamp is shipped out the next business day. To qualify, users must purchase the NEC Lamp Protect Program within 90 days from the date of projector purchase. The plan covers up to three years or two replacement lamps, whichever comes first. The replacement program is valid on all of NEC's VT series projectors, including the VT47, VT470, VT570, VT670 and the VT770. The Lamp Protect Program is available through authorized NEC resellers. For more information, visit www.necvisualsystems.com.
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Title Annotation:What's New: Looking for higher-education and technology products and services? Start here.
Author:Varughese, Julie A.
Publication:University Business
Date:Jun 1, 2005
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