Epson today introduced its slimmest (as thin as a laptop and just four pounds) ultra-portable projectors to date – the next- generation PowerLite 1700-Series. The PowerLite 1795F, 1785W, 1781W and 1780W are the smallest form factor of any 3LCD projectors on the market, according to Epson, and are designed for business travelers. They include totally wireless connectivity and automatic vertical keystone correction.
Epson projectors feature 3LCD, 3-chip technology and the new PowerLite 1700-Series projectors support Google Chromecast, Roku, MHL-enabled devices and anything HDMI. The PowerLite 1780W, 1781W and 1785W are native WXGA resolution (1280×800), and the flagship PowerLite 1795F is native 1920×1080. The PowerLite 1780W is 3,000 lumens color brightness and 3,000 lumens white brightness, and the PowerLite 1781W, PowerLite 1785W and PowerLite 1795F deliver 3,200 lumens color brightness and 3,200 lumens white brightness.