Epson PowerLite L-Series Laser Projectors Are Engineered for Education and Corporate Installs
Introduced at ISE 2018, Epson PowerLite L-Series laser projectors were developed to meet the usage needs of corporate and education industry users.Leave a Comment
The newly announced Epson PowerLite L-Series provides authorized Epson dealers with a choice of laser projectors to stand up to education and corporate environments.
Epson’s new PowerLite L615U, L610U, L510U, L400U, L610W, L500W and L610 are designed as value-minded projection solutions that produce up to 6,000 lumens of color and black and white brightness, and resolutions up to 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA).
At the ISE 2018 show in Amsterdam, Feb. 6-9 in booth #1-H90 Epson will display its latest laser-based projection products.
“Epson’s new PowerLite laser series delivers all the benefits of laser technology in a lighter, smaller design chassis at an affordable price point,” says Remi Del Mar, senior product manager, Epson America, Inc.
“We pride ourselves in implementing customer feedback into our product roadmap, and the new PowerLite laser models answer a need for strong value laser solutions in the mid-lumen range. We will continue to offer our customers uncompromising image quality, high-color brightness with incredible detail, and reliable performance—all backed by Epson’s first-in-class warranty and service.”
Epson PowerLite L-Series Feature Proprietary Technologies
Utilizing Epson’s own 3LCD chipset that helps the PowerLite L-Series produce high levels of color brightness, the newly introduced laser projectors are also designed for easy setup and installation.
Some of the integrator-friendly technologies built into the new laser projectors include 360-degree installation options to allow professional integrators to install the products at any angle, and Epson’s lens shift features.
The projectors also incorporate the latest in wired and wireless connectivity, including HDMI and HDBaseT capabilities.
Supporting classroom installations, the projectors incorporate wireless options to enable BYOD (bring your own device) for as many as 50 Chromebooks, PCs and Mac computers, and smart devices running the iOS and Android operating systems.
Epson adds the L610U and L615U laser projector models also include wireless screen mirroring from smart devices that incorporate Miracast.