Epson PowerLite X9 Is Cheap And Bright

Posted: Feb 9 2011, 11:02am CST | by , in News | Hardware & Peripherals

Epson PowerLite X9 is Cheap and Bright
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Nice projector for business use at a good price

Projectors are a great way to share multimedia content with a bunch of people. The catch is that projectors can be expensive and they can also be hard to see in bright rooms. Epson has a new projector that it is aiming at the education market that addresses both the price and brightness concerns.

The projector is called the PowerLite X9 Multimedia Projector and the thing has 2500 lumens of color and white light output. The projector is also cheap with a MSRP of a bit under $600. The X9 uses 3LCD technology and has 1.2x optical zoom.

The lens can be shifted +/- 30-degrees and has vertical keystone correction auto mode. The lamp is good for up to 5000 hours and it has a compact design to make it easily portable. Epson will start whipping the X9 in April for $599.

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