Epson has introduced two new projector series of projectors aimed at the K-12 market. The Epson PowerLite S17, X17 and W17 are SVGA, XGA and WXGA resolutions, respectively. They have HDMI connectivity and also allow for wireless content using the free Epson iProjection app.
The Epson PowerLite 97, 98, 99W, 955W and 965 are all XGA or WXGA resolution projectors that include network content connectivity via RJ-45 as well as HDMI connectivity. Where they differ from the 17 Series is that Epson has incorporated moderator software into these projectors, which allows teachers to present up to four different device screens to the class, enabling collaboration (BYOD-capable). Administrators can also manage up to 1,024 Epson networked projectors using the included EasyMP software or Crestron RoomView management systems.
Both lines are 3LCD projectors that include +/-30 degree automatic vertical and manual horizontal keystone correction, can remotely deliver video and audio presentations over the network with the included EasyMP Network Projection software, have 6,000-hour lamps and are part of the Epson Brighter Futures program.
Here’s a look at the detailed specs for each model:
Get more information about the projectors here.