Epson's new addition to its PowerLite range of projectors comes equipped with advanced networking capabilities that make it ideal for the education and corporate markets.
The PowerLite 1835 projector offers XGA resolution and generates up to 3,500 lumens of brightness. Its USB 'Plug 'n' Play' features allows users to transfer the control of the mouse, sound and image through a single cable, while the HDMI technology gives sharp digital audio and visual capabilities. The EasyMP software that comes with the model provides easy remote controlling and monitoring of the device.
The projector also features Epson's Quick Corner technology, which permit users to alter the four corners of an image independently. A 1.6x optical zoom allows for the display of large images from particularly short distances and also cuts down on dead spaces on screen.
The 1835's wireless capabilities can be connected to a network via a wireless LAN module or alternatively through an RJ45 connector. The projector operates Crestron RoomView software that gives compatibility with RoomView software. This means the projector can be remotely controlled and monitored without the need for an A/V control box.
Its E-TORL lamp technology offers a maximum lamp life of 6,000 hours, and it also has a closed captioning decoder that allows viewers who are hard of hearing to access the presentations.