Epson launches light-weight projector

Epson has launched one of its lightest and brightest projectors with LAN card 802.11b connection capability for Middle East professionals with powerful mobile demands.

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By  Vijaya Cherian Published  April 1, 2003

Epson has launched one of its lightest ((1.9kg) and brightest (2000 ANSI lm) projectors with LAN card 802.11b connection capability for Middle East professionals with powerful mobile demands.

"The EMP-735 is a flexible projector that provides the ideal solution for busy professionals who want to deliver a professional presentation with a product that is quick and easy to use," says El Dalu, general manager, Epson Middle East. "In this environment where mobility and reliability are extremely important, the projector is equipped with new feature concepts such as wireless and PC-less presentations, JPEG files rendering, WAV files playing, auto keystone correction, and colour mode selection," he adds.

A user can either deliver a wireless presentation from his PC or use the projector's PCMCIA card slot to deliver a presentation without using a laptop or PC. Data can be saved onto a PCMCIA card and it can be inserted straight into the EMP-735 for instant use. This also allows for last minute changes like the order of slides or hiding slides. Other impressive features include network monitoring, remote control functions, USB support, six colour modes for optimum image rendering and a remote control for Microsoft PowerPoint presentations.

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