The Maxell MP-TW4011 has excellent connectivity – all of the inputs and connectors you’ll need for your education or business applications. The projector is meant to be wall mounted, upside down, so the text describing each input is upside down. I have flipped this image for your convenience.
Starting at the left, there is an RS232c connector for old-school command and control, next to two VGAs – one for Computer In/Monitor Out, and one for Computer In only. Above that is a little door with a screw labeled “Finger Touch,” and some Component Video jacks to the right of that. Along the bottom, we have two HDMIs – one for MHL – and a USB Type-B input. There are a Sync In and a Sync Out port above those HDMIs.
Next comes the LAN connector for a wired network connection, above a USB Type-A and a DC5V 0.5A port. The final section of the inputs and connectors panel, located to the right, has two Audio In jacks, and one Audio Out for connecting external speakers. That does it for the inputs and connectors panel – now for the lens.
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