The company designs and launches two new projectors specifically for education environments.
February 02, 2013
Projection innovator Epson America is targeting the Higher Ed. and K-12 verticals with two new projectors.
The BrightLink 436Wi is a fully integrated, portable short-throw interactive projector, and the PowerLite 935W, an ultra-bright projector for large classrooms and naturally bright rooms. Both models are being marketed for applications in the education vertical.
The BrightLink 436Wi is an interactive, short-throw projector that can be moved from room to room. With advanced connectivity options and dual pen support, the BrightLink can project onto any existing whiteboard, wall or other smooth, light-colored hard surface, making it a versatile solution for K-12 and higher education environments.
The 436Wi also sports built-in annotation technology that enables teachers and students to interact directly with a projected image from a variety of sources beyond the PC, including tablets, document cameras, Blu-ray players, VCRs, and more.
The BrightLink 436Wi carries a MSRP of $1,250.
The PowerLite 935W is designed for large classrooms and naturally bright rooms. It delivers widescreen, ultra-bright images with WXGA resolution and 3,700 lumens. It also offers a 16-watt speaker and microphone input and comprehensive connectivity, including HDMI for high-quality audio and video with a single cable and RJ-45 for presenting content over the network.
The PowerLite 935W carries a MSRP of $1,199.