Epson expanded its classroom projector lineup this month with seven new PowerLite projectors built specifically for the K-12 education environment to increase student engagement and collaboration. The PowerLite E20, X49 and W49 are budget-friendly classroom projectors; the PowerLite 118, 119W, 982W, and 992F are networkable classroom projectors and the new PowerLite 992F includes Miracast enterprise-level wireless sharing built-in.
The new PowerLite projectors are aimed at educators and students and all use 3LCD technology and offer up to 4,200 lumens of color and white brightness. They can simultaneously display content from up to four sources at the same time using the Epson iProjection wireless display solution with a built-in moderator function.
The new PowerLite projectors also include:
- XGA to Full HD resolution and up to 4,200 lumens of equal color and white brightness
- Up to 17,000 hours of lamp life in ECO Mode
- Inputs include HDMI, RJ-45 and optional wireless collaboration
Epson also offers the Brighter Futures program, a unique sales and support initiative available specifically for schools. You can learn about it here.
The PowerLite E20 will be available in April 2020. The PowerLite X49, W49, 118, 119W and 982W will be available in June 2020, and the PowerLite 992F will be available in July 2020. Here are specs on each one.