Epson Unveils 8 PowerLite 3LCD Laser Projectors
Epson introduced Thursday eight PowerLite 3LCD laser projector models, including four optimized for entertainment, signage and higher education applications.
The new entertainment positioned PowerLite projector models include the $4,099 suggested retail each, L730U (pictured at top), L735U, L630SU, and L635SU. These models offer a range of peak brightness levels from 5,200 to 7,000 lumens of equal color and white brightness.
The remaining four models are optimized for education and corporate applications with brightness performance ideal for easy graphics reading for meetings, lectures and other in-person presentations.
Those PowerLite models include the L520W ($1,999 suggested retail), L520U ($2,499), L530U ($2,599), L630U ($3,399) provide bright, easy-to-read displays for meetings, lectures and more whether in-person or tuning in virtually.
The L520W offers WXGA (1366×768 pixels) resolution for a max screen size of 280 inches. All of the other models are WUXGA (1920×1200 pixels) resolution, for a max screen size of 500 inches.
All models are designed for easy installation and setup, the company said.
“Building on the success of Epson’s existing PowerLite lineup, the new models bring next-generation display technology to end users, enabling them to wow audiences and make an impression, no matter the environment or installation,” stated Mark Roslon, Epson America product marketing director. “These compact projectors combine impressive visuals with helpful installation tools and connectivity options, making them ideal display solutions for a variety of presentation and signage needs.”
The new PowerLite models are optimized to deliver ultra-bright, colorful images while enabling a virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source, the company said.
Combining advanced installation features with high-performance laser projection, the long-throw PowerLite models L730U and L735U and short-throw PowerLite L630SU and L635SU offer sufficient brightness for a wide range of applications, including entertainment with strong video picture quality and graphics ideal for conference rooms and classrooms, Epson said.
Each model was designed to enhance creativity and operational efficiency, by offering advanced built-in features, including 5GHz enterprise-level wireless, HDBaseT, edge blending, and a content creation app.
The new displays also include an array of connectivity options, energy-saving features and a suite of software tools that enable content management and remote control and monitoring of the projectors.
Epson recently added an expanded 5-Year Limited Warranty6 on select laser projectors to its list of special discounts and benefits included in the Brighter Futures program that can help reduce the overall cost of ownership and make it easier for schools to put state-of-the-art visual displays in every classroom. Education customers and integrators can register products to take advantage of the extended warranty and receive fast tech support.
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By Greg Tarr
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