In conjunction with Epson
Besides printers, Epson have also had a long successful history in projector technology. Last month, they continued that legacy by releasing a swag load of improved entry-level projectors. Of the five models released (yes five!), four of them are revamps of existing models. The EB-U32 is the newest to the family featuring WUXGA HD display technology. If you’re looking for a new projector for home or the office, Epson has something for you with prices ranging from AU$599 to AU$999.
For me, the most exciting new features are the increased overall brightness (for colours too), wireless connectivity options (we all hate wires) and how Epson is thinking more Green with longer lasting lamps and eco modes.
It wasn’t too long ago, when the top line projectors featured only up to 1000 lumens! With this new Epson entry-level lineup, you can now have a powerful projector shining at super bright 3600 lumens which means that visibility during day-time won’t be a problem.
Main New Improvements of Epson Entry-Level Projectors 2015
- Higher brightness (lumens)
- 3 x brighter colors
- Up to WUXGA, HD (1920 x1200)
- Wireless connectivity to your computer, mobile phone or tablet
- Epson iProjection App
- New Epson Home Screen Interface
- Lower cost of ownership – only AU$99 per lamp and over 10,000 hours show time in eco mode
- USB plug ‘n’ play
- Built in speaker
Here’s a comparison of specifications for each of the Epson Entry-Level Projectors for 2015:
So there you have it – if you’re in the market for great value projectors, please check out the Epson Entry-Level Projector July 2015 range. I’ve recommended Epson projectors in the past and I’ll continue to stand by this recommendation.
Read more at the Epson Australia site.