Epson aims to shine in region

Epson is hoping to capture a greater slice of the growing presentation market in the Middle East, with the launch of a new range of multimedia projectors targeted at different groups of users.

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By  Peter Branton Published  June 9, 2003

Epson is hoping to capture a greater slice of the growing presentation market in the Middle East, with the launch of a new range of multimedia projectors targeted at different groups of users.

The projectors, which all feature advanced wireless technology, are targeting Small Office Home Office (SOHO), SME, and educational users, as well as home users, Epson said.

“The penetration levels of IT and automation in the region, show an upward trend which means that the SOHO, SME and the educational/institutional sectors are using technologically advanced solutions for their business and personal needs,” said Khalil El Dalu, general manager, Epson Middle East. “We are confident that this latest addition to the Epson range represents a new era for projectors and targets a broad section of end users and from all segments.”

All the projectors feature Epson’s Digital Active Resizing technology for high quality images from VGA to UXGA resolution and a host of software tools including on-screen menu and help systems.

The models include the EMP-S1, which is aimed at budget buyers and is a light-weight portable projector. The EMP-8300 is designed for large audience installations and provides high-efficiency performance. The EMP-7800 is designed for conference room usage, and offers a high level of image quality, flexibility and ease of use.

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