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Epson PowerLite Laser Projectors Now Available for Enhanced Learning and Eye-Catching Digital Signage

Epson PowerLite projector models ‘provide optimal viewability and space-changing content for businesses and schools.’

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Epson PowerLite Laser Projectors Now Available for Enhanced Learning and Eye-Catching Digital Signage

Epson today announced six new PowerLite laser displays for education and signage are now available.

The PowerLite L250F, L255F, L200W, and L200X long-throw and PowerLite L200SW and L200SX short-throw projectors “offer the latest in laser display technology,” according to the Epson announcement.

The new Epson PowerLite models “are designed to enhance student engagement and optimize existing spaces with eye-catching effects and displays,” the company announcement says.

“From inspiring young minds to driving customer engagement, Epson is focused on delivering high-quality projection that will stand the test of time in our ever-evolving school and business environments,” said Mark Roslon, director of product marketing for Epson America, Inc., in the company announcement.

“The new laser models offer even more affordable options for business owners to elevate customer experiences and allow educators to deliver impactful presentations that encourage laser-focused learning wherever their students may be,” he said.

Built to improve student collaboration and viewability, the PowerLite L250F, L200W and L200X long-throw and PowerLite L200SW and L200SX short-throw laser projectors deliver bright images for easy-to-read presentations from virtually anywhere in the classroom or at home.

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Delivering up to 4,500 lumens of brightness and images up to 500 inches, the new laser projectors “help enhance learning environments and inspire imagination,” according to the Epson announcement.

The projectors offer a 20,000-hour laser light source with no lamps to replace and built-in wireless features for added convenience.

Educators can share content simultaneously to/from up to 50 connected devices via the Epson iProjection software, and with Miracast they can take advantage of software-free, peer-to-peer wireless connectivity, making it easier than ever to share engaging lesson plans.

The new projectors combine learning tools with large visuals with added flexibility to integrate into today’s changing education environments.

The PowerLite L255F (black) and PowerLite L250F (white) laser projectors are equipped with creative tools and deliver up to 500 inches of immersive content. Featuring 4,500 lumens of brightness and Full HD 1080p resolution along with built-in split screen and edge blending technologies for accommodating different wall sizes and flexibility requirements, the projectors deliver bright, high-quality images even in tight spaces.

Featuring a 20,000-hour laser light source, the projectors include content management software and the Epson Creative Content Projection app with impromptu iOS device messaging and content adjustment capabilities, enabling creative freedom and impactful displays without limitations.

Epson offers the Brighter Futures program, a sales and support initiative available specifically for schools.

Designed to help educators select and implement the best products for their classrooms while making the most of their budgets, Brighter Futures offers special pricing, dedicated education account managers, and toll-free technical support for all Epson projectors and associated accessories.

Under the CARES Act, Epson projectors qualify for funding included in the package’s K-12 relief fund.

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