Epson may be reckoned for its fine printers, but the Japanese electronic multinational also manufactures the best quality projectors. Recently, the company introduced six new Pro Series interchangeable lens projectors. These projectors offer 13,000 to 20,000 lumens of equal color and white brightness, two of which are being touted as the world’s smallest and the lightest 20,000-lumen projectors ever.
Named EB-PU2220B and EB-PU2120W, both 3LCD projectors are lightweight and compact when compared to their predecessors. As per Epson, these two projectors are 64 percent smaller and 50 percent lighter than the previous projectors.
All of the new projectors feature full HD WUXGA resolution with 4K Enhancement Technology. In addition, they consume way less power than other projectors in the market and potentially offer easy storage and shipping.
The projectors are powered by a 20,000-hour effectively maintenance-free laser light source and include 3G-SDI input and output that allow multiple units to be daisy-chained and long cable to be used along with a mechanical shutter. They feature an optional attachable camera, with the user having access to the stack two projectors simply through the remote controller.
You can pair the projector to other device via USB, HDMI, VGA, DVI, Ethernet and optional Wi-Fi. Other models include two 13,000-lumen and two 16,000-lumen models. The projectors are expected to hit the market by mid-year or so, with no word on the pricing yet.
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