Epson is unveiling two new ProAV projector ranges as well as its first 25,000 lumen 3LCD laser projector at ISE 2016 (9-12 February 2016) in Hall 1 Stand H90. The new models include the company’s first laser-based installation models.
Dubbed the EB-L25000U, the 25,000 lumen laser-light source projector that marks a clear focus on the install market with it and multiple other install-focused products including the EB-L1000U series (EB-L1500U, EB-L1505U, EB-L1405U, EB-L1300U, EB-L1200U, EB-L1100U). In fact, the EB-L1500U, the world’s first 12,000 lumen WUXGA 3LCD laser projector.
The EB-L25000U is native UWXGA and uses both inorganic LCD panels as well as an inorganic phosphor wheel to produce color-accurate color. Spec’s at 20,000 hours of operation, they warranty the complete projector for 20K hours — not just the mechanical aspects of it. Inputs include HDMI, HDBaseT, VGA and 3G-SDI and there are nine different lenses (with memory). We actually recorded a videocast about this projector last week. You can view it here.
Alongside these new laser models, Epson is exhibiting its new EB-G7000 (EB-G7800, EB-G7200W, EB-G7000W, EB-G7905U, EB-G7900U, EB-G7400U) lamp-based range of high-quality corporate and higher education installation projectors. Ideal for use in office meeting rooms, lecture theaters or large classrooms, the new range features a host of quality, functionality and usability improvements to help transform large-venue spaces with high-quality, professional-looking presentations.
The products were launched at ISE here in Amsterdam along with some cool demos (you can see all of them by going here and typing EPSON in the video search window as she shot videos inside their booth at ISE).
The EB-L25000U will start to ship in late 2016. The EB-L1300U, EB-L1200U, EB-L1100U, EB-L1405U will be available from July 2016 and the EB-L1500U and EB-L1505U from October 2016. The new EB-G7000 series (EB-G7800, EB-G7200W, EB-G7000W, EB-G7905U, EB-G7900U, EB-G7400U) will be available from May 2016.