Epson has launched eight new projectors for the education market, expanding its PowerLite range.
The range of projectors has been specifically designed with the needs of the classroom in mind – they are bright, affordable, and offer high image quality and sophisticated networking capabilities, making it easy for teachers to control content and move the projector as they need to whilst they teach.
The new device models are the Epson PowerLite S17, X17, and W17 and the Epson PowerLite 97, 98, 99W, 955W, and 965.
Key features of the PowerLite projectors include the option for wireless projecting through the iProjection app and USB plug and play capability for instant projection via a simple USB cable. Built-in Teaching Aids such as customisable graph projections can save teachers valuable time on drawing these out manually.
Heather Johnston, product manager at Epson, said: “To facilitate this experience and the teaching and learning process, today’s classrooms need robust technologies at an affordable price."
She added: "Our goal at Epson is simple: provide classrooms with the most innovative and complete projection solutions, and these two new series of PowerLite projectors run the gamut in terms of features and pricing to meet the needs of nearly any classroom.”