Epson Release New Products At BETT
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Epson today launches a range of installation and desktop projectors for education and business users: the EB-93E, EB-93, EB-95, EB-96W, EB-905, EB-915W and EB-925. Epson clain the series delivers a perfect picture in all light conditions, and has smart features to make presentations more effective. Easy to install and use, the projectors enable users to focus on presenting rather than setting up.
Users can achieve a clear picture – even in daylight – and keep the lights on so their audience can take notes. This is thanks to Epson’s 3LCD technology and the projectors’ high White and Colour Light Output, which ranges from 1,500 to 3,500 lumens, depending on the model.
IT staff can control and monitor a projector fleet without any hassle using Epson’s EasyMP advanced networking features. To remove the need for physical checks, convenient automatic email alerts for temperature and lamp status can be set up. Images and sound can be broadcast over a network via the LAN input, and settings adjusted from a single point on a network.
They have alse released ultra-short throw projectors the EB-455Wi and EB-465i. These two devices apparantly mean schools can simply and affordably tap into interactive learning, as everything needed to get started is included: projector, digital pen and wall-mount. With no need for a separate screen or interactive whiteboard, this adaptable solution can make any flat surface interactive – even a tabletop
The projectors will be on show at BETT UK, 12 January 2011, at Olympia, National Hall, stand L40. The Epson EB-455Wi and EB-465i will be available from March 2011, priced at £1,569 and £1,699 (excluding tax). The EB-93E (RRP £649 ex. VAT), EB-93 (RRP £599 ex. VAT), EB-95 (RRP £749 ex. VAT) and EB-96W (RRP £789 ex. VAT) will be available to purchase from 1 February 2011, and the EB-905 (RRP £789 ex. VAT), EB-915W (RRP £879 ex. VAT) and EB-925 (RRP £879 ex. VAT) will be available to purchase from 1 March 2011.