Epson has launched a new range of five projectors that are aimed at higher education institutions and governments for use in large public venues.

The EB-G5600, EB-G5950, EB-G5650W, EB-G5450WU and EB-G5750WU have been specifically designed and customised to suit auditoriums or lecture theatres, but can also give exemplary performances in simulations, museums, galleries and cinemas.

All of the models are capable of providing brightness of up to 5,200 lumens, creating projections up to a screen size of 100 inches. The projectors are available in different resolutions, including WXGA (1280×800) and WUXGA (1920×1200). The provision of a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:10 makes the viewing of A3 documents, spreadsheets, data or medical images much clearer and eliminates fussy recalibration.

The higher-end models in the range also come with 1080p/24fps processing, for showing high-quality film.

When it comes to connectivity, Epson’s EasyMP Network Projection software allows users to display up to four screens at once, compare and contrast information with a split screen or connect up to 16 computers to one projector.

A wireless connection from PC or Mac to projector can also be set up in just three clicks, on all the models except the EB-G5600.