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EPSON LAUNCHES 5 NEW PROJECTORS
Epson, announced the launch of five new projectors targeted at the education and business segments.
New short throw, interactive and 3D projectors were introduced, each with its own set of market-leading capabilities and features that are engineered to fulfill the needs of a diverse range of both educational and business users. Epson says there has been demand for a 3D projector from both business as well as education segments and has extended its fantastic and well received 3D technology to suit theseenvironments. In addition with increasing adoption of short throw and interactive projectors for use in board rooms Epson has introduced affordable solutions which it says are ideal for business meetings and collaborative planning.

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The new EPSON Projectors launched are:

The EB-W16 and EB-W16SK: Epson’s first 3Dprojectors for educational and business users – The EB-W16 is an active 3D model, and the EB-W16SK is a passive 3D model composed of two stacked projectors and its MRP is Rs. 130,599

The new EB-400 series: An upgrade of Epson’s EP-400 short throw projector series to include integrated interactive functionality.

The EB-1400wi/1410wi: Epson’s first ultra-short throw, integrated interactive projector for business users. MRP of   EB-1400wi is 148,999 and EB-1410wi is Rs. 157,099

All the new Epson projectors launched are designed for user convenience and are compliant with industry standards: The 3D models are able to support all 3D formats without the need for additional hardware, unlike “3D Ready” projectors that require a separate format converter to play content in 3D formats used by Blu-Ray players or 3D TV broadcasts. In addition, Epson’s new active 3D models use radio frequency based 3D glasses that comply with thenew “Full HD 3D Glasses” industry standard. (www.fullhd3Dglasses.com).

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3D Education / Business Projectors

The Epson EB-W16 and EB-W16SK are the company’s first 3D projectors meant for education or business users, and offer them a choice of either active or passive 3D technologies,along with their related advantages.

The EB-W16 is an active 3D model that offers an easier setup and lower hardware requirements to deliver a 3D experience, whereas the EB-W16SK is apassive 3D setup using two stacked projectors that offers brighter 3D images, and uses affordable, non-powered, polarised 3D glasses that do not need batteries.

 The EB-W16 is better suited for users that need to set up a 3D projection system on a tighter budget for smaller audiences and darker rooms. The EB-W16SK is more ideal for larger venues as it presents brighter 3D images; and because of its more affordable 3D glasses, it is better for large audiences.

The new Epson EP-400 series and EB-1400wi/1410wi are new models that extend Epson’s market leading range of projectors with integrated interactive technology.

The new EB-400 series short throw projectors are an upgrade of the existing EB-400 short throw projector series to integrated interactive capabilities. This projector offers users who want integrated interactive capabilities a more affordable solution as compared to Epson’s ultra-short throw models.

The Epson EB-1400wi (2600 lumens) /1410wi(3100 lumens) are the company’s first ultra-short throw projectors that are targeted forbusiness users. Ideal for business meetings and collaborative planning, these new models offer very bright images that allow their images to be seen clearly even in the brightest environments, so users need not darken rooms to use them.

EPSON interactive projectors facilitate better and more effective transactions in classrooms and business places

The EpsonEB-1400/1410wi are also packed with many features that are engineered specially for businesses:

    • Ability to be used as an interactive whiteboard without the need of an attached PC.
    • Ability to project content from a diverse range of input devices – including Wi-Fi and network reception from PCs, smartphones and tablet devices, PC-free projection from USB memory devices, and PC-free projection of images from the scanners of wireless printers. 
    • Dual-pen capability that allows two users to write / draw on the projection simultaneously.
    • Multiple output options for annotated projections – direct saving of screens into common formats like JPG and PDF to USB memory devices, or to email or specific network folders – all without the need for a PC.
    • Direct printing of screens to a wireless or network connected Epson printer.
    • Compatibility with Microsoft Office ”Ink” that allows users to write on Microsoft documents and save them back into their native format (PPTx, XLXx, DOCx).
    • Ability to  facilitate interactive collaboration for up to four locations across the internet where users can see each other’s writing / drawing’s on the same screen.

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