Epson Boosts Digital Signage Projector Lineup with Eight New Models

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Epson expanded its lineup of digital signage projectors Monday with new PowerLite models with 2000-5000 ANSI lumens. All of them are 3LCD laser projectors with native 1080p resolution.

The new PowerLite 250F, 750F and 800F are powered by a virtually maintenance-free 20,000-hour laser light source, along with 360-degree placement and a full stack of connectivity options including HDBaseT with optional 5GHz wireless and Miracast via Epson’s iProjection app.

Users can also connect two or more displays and leverage built-in edge blending to support classroom applications or illuminate an entire wall with one large image. Plus, the split-screen feature allows users to connect multiple input sources for displaying different content. Some models are also available in black — PowerLite 255F, 755F and 805F.

The PowerLite 250F, 255F, 750F, 755F, 800F and 805F include Epson’s new content management software with the accompanying Epson Creative Content Projection app that combines operational and design elements to help drive efficiency and creativity. The software allows access and an array of features, enabling users to combine videos and photos, and use existing preset filters or upload new ones. With playlist and schedule functions, users can display content at times that will drive impact for a brand, product or space. Epson’s Creative Projection app offers impromptu iOS device messaging and selection with touch-screen capabilities for image adjustment and projection directly from the device.

Just under six pounds, the PowerLite W70 and PowerLite W75 mini laser projectors for signage are compact yet powerful with an impressive laser light source. With the ability to project dynamic, on-the-go content, the ultra-portable mini laser projectors are designed for classrooms, meeting spaces and signage projects. The models feature a design in both black and white — plus, they include Bluetooth connectivity and built-in HDMI connections for streaming devices.

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Here are the new models:

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