Epson PowerLite Presenter announced
Epson has just introduced its latest all-in-one device – the PowerLite Presenter that will target the education market as well as entrepreneurs and businesses who are in need of a multimedia, widescreen presentation solution. The PowerLite Presenter won’t disappoint, that’s for sure, since it boasts an integrated projector, DVD player as well as speakers for the complete works. You will find the WXGA resolution (16:10 aspect ratio) useful for widescreen presentations while it boasts 2,500 lumens color and white light output for vivid and superior images. Coming in a portable form factor, the PowerLite Presenter is an easy-to-use solution for businesses who have integrated more audio and video into presentations to keep up with the times.
Features of the Epson PowerLite Presenter include :-
- PC-Free Presentations: Offers convenient connectivity with USB memory devices such as a thumb drive or USB hard drive for easily viewing and sharing jpeg images without a computer
- Advanced Connectivity: Offers inputs for connecting to multiple devices including an all-digital HDMI connection for high-definition quality video and digital audio, a USB Type A port for use with USB memory devices such as a thumb drive or USB hard drive for easily viewing and sharing jpeg images without a computer, and direct connectivity for a camcorder, digital camera or gaming console
- Powerful Communications: Microphone input allows for voice amplification when narrating a presentation using the built-in, dual 10-watt speakers and closed captioning decoder
- Auto Color and Image Adjustments: Automatically adjusts color mode according to the ambient light and corrects keystone for easy set-up and optimal performance
- Travel Friendly: The PowerLite Presenter weighs 9.5 pounds and includes a built-in carrying handle, soft carrying case and remote control for easy portability and operation on the road
- A/V Mute Slide/Sleep Mode: Instantly turns off the sound and images to create a quick pause in the presentation, conserving lamp life and energy; the projector enters A/V Mute mode when the lens cover is closed and returns to normal mode automatically and immediately upon reopening the lens cover
- Extended Lamp Life: Using Epson’s exclusive E-TORL lamp technology, lamp life can last up to 5,000 hours in economy mode, and replacement E-TORL lamps can cost up to $100 less than competing replacement lamps
Expect to fork out around $899 for the Epson PowerLite Presenter, where it will be accompanied by a couple of 10-watt virtual surround sound speakers, a microphone input and closed captioning. You will also find USB plug and play functionality, letting you view images as well as listen to audio on both the projector and computer screen as long as it is connected via a USB cable. The PowerLite Presenter will also utilize the latest 3LCD, 3-chip technology from Epson to offer vibrant color and detail.