Epson has unveiled a pair of new projectors that fit into its education line up that will work for any business need for projectors as well. The projectors include the PowerLite 905 and the PowerLite 915W.
The 905 will sell for $999 and has 3000 lumens of color and white light output with XGA resolution. The 915W will sell for $1099 and has 3200 lumens of color and white light output with WXGA 1280 x 800 resolution.
The projectors share many of the other features with HDMI inputs, 16-watt speakers, plug and play capability with PCs and 1.6x optical zoom. Both will ship in March online and from dealers. "The PowerLite 905 and 915W projectors were designed to provide educators with a full-featured classroom solution, delivering ultra-bright images and top quality audio and video to enhance students' learning experiences," said Sara Kim, product manager, Epson America. "Built to accommodate future technology and connectivity enhancements, the PowerLite 905 and 915W are cost-effective, high performance projectors that will continue to provide value for educators as classroom content evolves."
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