Epson launches its longest-lasting classroom projector
Epson has launched its longest-lasting classroom projector, the PowerLite 975W, which offers up to 10,000 hours lamp life.
The most popular projector brand in the world said its new classroom device comes with 3,600 lumens of colour brightness and 3,600 lumens of white brightness and WXGA resolution.
Schools will be able to deliver vivid, widescreen image content, even in well-lit classrooms, Epson said. Teachers are also able to wirelessly share content from multiple devices and enjoy enterprise-level security.
“Technology has enabled a new breed of teaching strategies, and Epson is focused on developing cutting-edge display products that maximise image quality while minimising maintenance and down-time so teachers and students can focus on learning” said Veronika Knight, product manager, projectors at Epson America.
“The PowerLite 975W introduces the latest advancements in education technology with features such as ultra-brightness for good quality display images, long lamp life in Bright Mode for minimised maintenance, wireless connection for easy projection, and screen mirroring capabilities for classroom collaboration.”