Epson has announced the launch of a pair of new EX Pro series projectors.
The company has designed the projectors to provide a simple setup suite that will ensure there is a flexible placement in virtually any room, with meeting rooms with ambient light particularly well suited to the products.
Both the new EX7235 Pro and EX7230 Pro have built-in wireless projection and Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) support, which delivers WXGA resolution for widescreen HD presentations.
Eric Uaje, associate product manager for projectors at Epson America, said: "With high brightness, state-of-the-art connectivity and reliable 3-chip 3LCD technology, the Epson EX Pro series brings meeting room projection to the next level.
"With a range of features such as wireless connectivity and MHL, users can easily connect to their mobile devices and enjoy the added convenience of leaving their laptops at home."
HDMI compatibility is among the most important features for projector purchasers and Epson announced that both the new EX7235 Pro and EX7230 Pro are compatible with laptops, blu-ray discs, media players and MHL-enabled devices.
Epson has also worked hard to make the two new projectors easy to use and simple to set up and the company stated that the products have automatic vertical correction and Easy-Slide horizontal image correction in order to ensure that users can enjoy correctly proportioned images from virtually anywhere in the room.
As well as the new EX7235 Pro and EX7230 Pro, Epson offers projectors including the EB-Z10005U and the EB-1985WU.