The firm, the leading projector brand in the world, said its beefed-up suite of PowerLite 5000-Series projectors are easy to install, deliver brilliant, bright output and are great for digital connectivity.
Featuring 5,500 lumens of colour brightness and 5,500 lumens of white brightness, the PowerLite 5000-Series is designed to be used in all kinds of large venue, from classrooms, lecture halls, auditoriums, retail and commercial spaces, corporate settings and in museums.
“Projection technology is rapidly advancing and many consumers are now familiar with the importance of colour light output and ambient light,” said Phong Phanel, product manager for projectors at Epson America.
“The PowerLite 5000-Series shines bright, even in rooms with high ambient light such as lecture halls, classrooms, and restaurants. This new series is an affordable line of large venue projectors that offer customers advanced features for easy installation, connectivity, and exceptional image quality.”
The projector series comes with a range of built-in digital inputs, including LAN, VGA and dual HDMI, that Epson says are easy to connect to and install. The addition of the Miracast screen mirroring system allows projector users to stream Full HD movies, videos, photos, and music from mobile devices or PCs to the projector.