Epson has announced it is adding eight new projectors to its PowerLite Pro G-Series.

Aimed at large venue commercial spaces in education, corporate, houses of worship and museum applications, the company claims that the new products can provide three times the higher colour brightness than leading competitive projectors.

Sean Gunduz, senior product manager for the projectors division at Epson America, said: "As AV technology continues to advance, integrators require solutions with more diverse connectivity options, as well as easy installation capabilities.

"We listened to our customers' needs and introduced the new PowerLite Pro G-Series with exceptional image quality, and tools for easy integration into their existing infrastructures in nearly any venue."

The Pro G-Series is known for offering bright, true-to-life images, with projectors from the range producing colour brightness and white light brightness ranging between 4,500 to 7,000 lumens. Epson has also announced the addition of a new 6,500 lumen WXGA model.

Built-in HDBaseT has been included in the new projectors for simpler installation, with Multi-PC Projection with Moderator also added to the devices. This allows users of the projectors to connect up to 50 devices, including computers and iOS and Android tablets and phones.

Cloning features are included in the new products too. They allow the device's users to copy projector settings from one system to others using a USB thumb drive, or over a network or via a PC. This saves time and resources for multi-location installations.

The new Epson PowerLite Pro G-Series projectors will be available from March this year.