Epson unveils portable projectors for office, classroom

Models support simultaneous display of content from multiple devices

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Epson unveils portable projectors for office, classroom The EB range, including the EB 955WH (pictured) is aimed at portability and each unit comes with a carry bag.
By  Stephen McBride Published  April 19, 2015

Epson Middle East has launched a range of portable projectors with enhanced connectivity and networking features designed for use in meeting rooms, classrooms and home offices.

The EB range (EB-S27, EB-X27, EB-W29, EB-98H, EB-945H, EB-955WH and EB-965H) is aimed at portability and each unit comes with a carry bag.

Each model uses 3LCD technology and an equally high white and colour light output to deliver "exceptional image quality and accurate colours", according to Epson.

"A 10,000:1 contrast ratio produces clearer image detail, while a number of different native resolutions mean the models suit a range of spaces," the company said in a statement.

The EB range comes with multi-PC projection software, which allows content from up to four devices, including PCs, tablets and smartphones, to be displayed simultaneously. A moderator function allows the presenter to take control of displayed content from the devices. A new A/V mute function allows the host to pause a presentation, and it also conserves power by dimming the lamp by 70% when not in use.

The projectors can connect to the latest digital devices or legacy analogue products, according to Epson, and devices can connect through an iProjection QR code connectivity function, where the user scans a projected QR code. Smartphone content can also be projected onto a larger screen via MHL support . High-quality digital video and audio content can be projected via an HDMI input. The range also comes with a wired LAN connection and optional Wi-Fi connectivity.

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