Epson Debuts Four New Projection Solutions at InfoComm 2023, Including One for 21:9 UCC Applications
Epson is showing all its new 3-chip, 3LCD laser projectors at InfoComm, including the PowerLite L series with 4K Enhancement, its first extreme short-throw with 4K Enhancement, new 4K Crystal Motion technology and a new cloud-based projection management software.
Here are the details:
Epson PowerLite 810E Extreme Short Throw with 4K Enhancement: The PowerLite 810E is Epson’s first extreme short-throw fixed lens lamp-free laser display to offer 4K Enhancement technology for classrooms, meeting rooms and more. Incorporating a new cooling system and revitalized platform with 3-chip, 3LCD technology and 5,000 lumens of color and white brightness it delivers sharp, bright images up to 160-inches — four and a half times larger than a 75-inch flat panel — sitting merely inches from the wall. Offering various aspect ratios from standard 16:9 to super-wide 21:9, along with quality built-in sound, digital zoom and new Epson Setting Assist app, it makes setup simple and integration easier for fleet management, image alignment and casting.
Epson PowerLite L Series with 4K Enhancement: Conveniently lightweight and compact, the new series combine native WUXGA and 4K Enhancement technology that doubles HD video resolution on-screen with 5,200 or 7,000 lumens of brightness4 to deliver ultra bright, clear images virtually anywhere. Delivering images up to 500-inches with aspect ratio support from standard 16:10 to ultra-wide 21:9, the sleek and compact projectors adapt across a range of infrastructures and applications. They are also compatible with Epson’s optional PixAlign camera for simplified multi-projector installations.
Epson Pro Series Laser Projectors with 4K Crystal Motion Technology: The new EB-PQ series of 4K projectors ranges from 8,000-20,000 lumens delivering optimal clarity for a range of environments. Combining 3-chip, 3LCD color and Epson’s new 4K Crystal Motion technology with panel thermo-control and double micro-lens array technologies, the new projectors provide bright, vivid color and 4K resolution on-screen. The new models also include sophisticated software, advanced installation tools and a wide range of available mounts, frames and lenses to transform spaces.
Epson BrightLink 770Fi Interactive Ultra Short Throw Lamp-Free Laser Display: Built to simplify classroom interactivity, the BrightLink 770Fi is compatible with frequently used classroom software applications and features full HD, 4,100 lumens4 and proprietary 3-chip 3LCD technology for up to 100-inches of big, bright and colorful interactive displays — 75% more space than a 75-inch flat panel. Featuring wireless connectivity with casting capabilities, the BrightLink 770Fi supports standard 16:9 and ultra-wide 21:9 displays with split screen support for up to four screens simultaneously. Dual-pen-enabled, it includes an optional finger touch function and delivers exceptional value by allowing educators to retain whiteboard space while not in use.