Long Beach, Calif. -
introduced Tuesday two new budget-positioned 3LCD-based PowerLite business- and education-market video projectors designed to deliver high brightness and advanced feature performance.
The PowerLite 1880 ($1,399 suggested retail) delivers 4,000 lumens color/white light output with XGA resolution, and the PowerLite 1850W ($1,299) offers 3,700 lumens color/white light output with WXGA resolution.
Both projectors include flexible setup features with Easy-Slide technology - a horizontal keystone adjustment slider - and advanced connectivity options.
"We have found that cost-conscious corporate and higher-education users are looking for ultra-bright projectors but don't want to spend thousands of dollars for them," said Sean Gunduz, product manager, Epson America. "The PowerLite 1880 and 1850W meet the needs of these customers by delivering brightness, high image quality and an array of advanced features at an affordable price."
Connectivity options include HDMI and USB.
The PowerLite 1880 adds advanced networking with wired LAN connectivity for simplified management over a network, allowing for remote monitoring and control, the ability to send content over the IP, message broadcasting, and Crestron RoomView compatibility.