Epson VS400 projector is easy on your pockets

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Now here’s a little trivia question for you – which is the top selling projector brand worldwide? The answer is pretty easy, we’re talking about Epson here, and most recently, they have just introduced a new series of high-brightness, low-cost projectors that ought to keep most folks happy since it will not break the bank. The Epson VS400 will offer presenters XGA resolution and 4,000 lumens color and white light output for ultra-bright presentations and vibrant color, regardless of whether you are in a conference room or classroom. Of course, it isn’t exactly suitable for outdoor use, but then again outdoor projectors have a very different price range.

The Eson VS400 will be a simple, bright, easy-to-use projector that is capable of offering up to 4,000 lumens of brightness without surpassing the $1,000 mark, making it the ideal value-centric option for anyone who doesn’t need advanced connectivity options. Thanks to the integration of the latest 3LCD, 3-chip technology, the Epson VS400 is capable of delivering amazing, true-to-life color and detail for powerful presentations. 3LCD technology opens up a whole new dimension with its energy efficient light engine that can create stunning images, and when compared to 1-chip DLP technology, 3LCD requires on average, 25% less electricity per lumen of brightness under controlled conditions.

Not only that, the Epson VS400 will also equip presenters with value-added features such as Epson’s exclusive E-TORL lamp technology which enables the lamp life to last up to 3,500 hours in economy mode – that’s a long time when you think about it. You will also be able to cater to hearing impaired viewers thanks to an integrated captioning decoder which makes presentations accessible to such selected folk, without having to fork out additional costs. Other convenient control features include Direct Power On and Off, Instant On/Off and A/V Mute Slide among others. Expect the Epson VS400 to hit the market this July 2010 for $999, where each purchase will be accompanied by a standard two-year limited warranty.

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Mansoor Ahmed Says: June 21, 2010 at 3:16 am

There is typo in the first line of the second paragraph, its EPSON not ESON :).
anyways a nice nice review you have done! What fascinates me is the 3-chip technology! :)

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