Epson has this week expanded its PowerLite1900-series with six new projectors.
The new projectors are designed for small boardrooms, classrooms and places of worship. Promotional material from Epson states, “The six new PowerLite 1900-series projectors provide outstanding image quality, a wide range of connectivity options, and up to 5,000 lumens of brightness. In addition, the new models deliver several collaboration features including split screen capability and multi-PC projection.”
The PowerLite 1940W, 1950 and 1960 are designed specifically for users who want an affordable bright projector. They offer features such as split screen, DICOM simulation mode and Faroudja DCDi, which can create a home cinema-like experience. In addition, the projectors offer a range of digital connectivity options, with HDMI and DisplayPort.
The PowerLite 1945W, 1955 and 1965 are designed specifically for users who require additional features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, advanced wireless security, automatic vertical and horizontal keystoning, and focus assistance.
Phong Phanel, product manager, Epson America, Inc., said, "The advanced image enhancement features, connectivity options and brightness available with the PowerLite 1900-series ensures customers can deliver powerful presentations that will captivate and motivate their audiences."
Phanel added, “Epson is committed to offering projection solutions with the highest image quality and flexibility to meet the needs of all environments.”