Epson America to Exhibit at Exertis Almo’s Boston E4 Experience

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Epson America will be exhibiting at next week’s Exertis Almo E4 Experience AV event in Boston on Thursday, Oct. 20 and here’s what it will demo:

  • Epson Pro EB-PU2220B with the X02 Ultra Short-Throw Lens – This live demo will showcase the world’s smallest and lightest 20,000-lumen projector1 with the ELPLX02 ultra short-throw lens. The projector is optimized for live events with 3G-SDI input and output to accommodate daisy-chaining and long cable runs. The lens delivers images from 100 to 1000-inches, and with a 0.35 throw ratio, negative offset and extensive lens shift range, the ELPLX02 facilitates easy installation and positioning flexibility.
  • PowerLite L630SU – This live demo will display how to create captivating signage from a short distance with this bright short-throw projector. Offering 6,000 lumens of brightness,2 this high-performance laser projector easily delivers bright, beautiful Full HD WUXGA images in space-constrained environments, projecting eye-catching signage and graphics up to 200-inches.
  • LightScene – This live demo will showcase Epson’s cutting-edge digital signage solution that allows users to create stunning visual displays and immersive environments. A convergence of lighting and display technology, LightScene laser projectors captivate audiences by simultaneously illuminating and projecting on virtually any surface or material to unleash dynamic, experiential content for digital art, commercial signage and décor applications.
  • PowerLite 800F – This budget-friendly ultra short-throw classroom projector allows teachers to create dynamic, captivating classroom displays. Offering 5,000 lumens of brightness2 and full HD 1080p technology, this versatile projector provides large, true-to-life images up to 130-inches (16:9) for easy reading from nearly anywhere.
  • PowerLite 1795F – This ultra-portable, full HD 1080p, wireless projector with Miracast streaming is built for business travel. The ultra-thin, 4 pound model provides 3,200 lumens of brightness2 to ensure vivid presentations with bright, accurate color.
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You can register here: https://e4experience.com/bos22