Infotech Lead India: Epson has launched 6 new projectors for home, education and business segments.
Each of the new short throw, interactive and 3D projectors has its own set of market-leading capabilities and features that are engineered to cater to the needs of a diverse range of users.
The EB series projectors with Epson 3LCD technology launched are EB-421i, 431i, 426Wi and 436Wi.
The EB-W16SK is Epson’s first 3D projector for educational and business users, composed of two stacked projectors. It offers users a choice of either active or passive 3D technologies. The EB-W16SK offers brighter 3D images and uses affordable, non-powered, polarized 3D glasses that do not require batteries.
All the new Epson projectors are compliant with industry standards and designed for user convenience. The 3D models support all 3D formats without the need for additional hardware. Epson’s new active 3D models also use radio frequency based 3D glasses that comply with the new “Full HD 3D Glasses” industry standard.
The EB-421i, 431i, 426Wi and 436Wi projectors enable maximum interactivity with minimal requirements and can be annotated without a PC connection.
The projectors of this series can be used as an interactive whiteboard without the need of an attached PC. Their flexible positioning allows the user to mount the projector on a wall or set on a desktop. These projectors are effective on any surface, be it a flat wall, a whiteboard or even a chalkboard.
The new projectors have a dual-pen capability that enables two users to write or draw on the projection simultaneously. They feature Epson easy interactive tools such as Integration with MS PowerPoint, Multitask in White Board Mode.
Epson has revamped its existing 3D home theatre range with the new model Epson EH-TW550 that offers consumers an ideal choice suitable to their needs and budgets.
Epson EH-TW550 3D home theatre projector provides value for budget conscious buyers as it is packed with features like a 720P HD resolution, and a horizontal keystone correction slider that allows users to quickly correct distortions when the projector is placed off centre to the screen.