The latest peripheral for mass viewing to come out of Epson’s kitty is the PowerLite 1835 projector. Touting to bring in convenience and affordability, this projector blends together 3,500 lumens of color and white light output, setup flexibility, superior networking, future proof connectivity and XGA resolution.
It has been crafted to be used in boardrooms as well as classrooms using the newest 3LCD, 3-chip technology. Images can be adjusted even if the device is placed off-centre with its attributes like horizontal keysone and quick corner. Likewise, positioning flexibility is enabled by its 1.6x optical zoom and 16-degree tilt.
“The PowerLite 1835 meets the installation challenges of the corporate and education markets by delivering a host of easy setup features that allow installation almost anywhere in any room,” said Sean Gunduz, product manager, Epson America. “In addition, its connectivity provides compatibility with current and future IT investments, while its advanced networking makes it easy to monitor and control from anywhere in the world.”
Professionals or students can deliver presentations using the built-in 16-watt speakers. Moreover, they can opt for a PC-free presentation as it supports USB memory devices. Connecting the projector to a network is also made possible with RJ45 or optional wireless LAN module. It incorporates Epson’s exclusive E-Torl lamp technology that extends lamp life to about 6,000 hours.
The Epson PowerLite 1835 is likely to hit store shelves this March via national resellers, pro audio/visual dealers, mail order, and distribution for a price of $1,199. Backed by a two-year limited warranty, it is inclusive of two elite technical support services.