Epson to launch 'new era' of projectors at ISE 2016 Epson to launch 'new era' of projectors at ISE 2016

Projector manufacturer Epson has announced it will be introducing a new era of installation projectors at ISE 2016.

Held in Amsterdam between 9-12 February, this year's ISE event is set to feature some of the most innovative and ground-breaking products to arrive in the communication and system integration industry, and Epson's latest series of projectors are due to make their global debut.

Launching the EB-L1000U series, Epson argues it is moving into a new era of installation projectors, providing visitors the chance to view six new devices all boasting laser illumination technology and a range of flexible features.

Designed to require "almost no maintenance", the new projector line has been designed with corporate, higher education and entertainment venues in mind, offering Full HD resolution and 4K upscaling for images that can adapt to any environment.

As part of this range, Epson is set to introduce the EB-L1500U, claimed by the brand to be the world's first 12,000 lumen WUXGA 3LCD laser projector, as well as the world's first 25,000 lumen laser projector.

The EB-L25000U is set to be the star of Epson's stall at ISE, where visitors will get to preview the industry-leading projector. Described by the brand as "the culmination of extensive research, development and testing", the new device will be ready for shipping towards the end of 2016 for those who like what they see.

Also providing exceptionally vivid colours and image quality is Epson's second new line, the EB-G7000, which contains six lamp-based devices for corporate and education settings such as meeting rooms, lecture theatres and classrooms.

Commenting on the brand's launches, Daniel Rose added: “Both of these new ranges – as well as the upcoming 25,000 lumen product – will help establish Epson as a top player in the installation market."

He added: “All models feature our 3LCD technology and 4K enhancement, meaning users will benefit from images with vivid colours, exceptional sharpness and detail."