Epson PowerLite Pro Z8000WUNL now shipping



Talk about projectors and some of the more notable names will probably pop up during tehe conversation, where we’re pretty sure that Epson is one of them as they are currently the number-one selling projector brand worldwide, and aims to leverage on that position by announcing the PowerLite Pro Z8000WUNL projector that has already started shipping to Pro AV dealers. This is no ordinary projectors, since it will boast a high-bright, WUXGA projector that comes in 1,920 x 1,200 native resolution while being accompanied by a super high price tag of $20,499, placing it well out of reach for ordinary home owners (save for the select few who are insanely rich or have just struck the national lottery).

The Epson PowerLite Pro Z8000WUNL is touted to be the industry’s only 3LCD WUXGA projector, where it is capable of delivering outstanding image quality, powerful performance and unqualified value which will cater for auditorium venue applications. Meant to work for large venue applications in corporations, education, and houses of worship, the PowerLite Pro Z8000WUNL also holds the distinction of being Epson’s brightest projector to date, full well able to roll out 6,000 lumens color light output and 6,000 lumens white light output, accompanied by other specifications and features including 5,000:1 contrast ratio, an innovative liquid cooling system, durable optical chips and a dual-lamp design which will bring image quality, performance and reliability up another notch.

Some of the features that the projector comes with were meant to reduce the amount of time and money spent on maintenance, lowering the frequency as well. You get easy access to lamps and filters, where it ought to serve you flawlessly if you follow the recommended 10,000-hour filter cleaning schedule. Apart from that, the Z8000WUNL will also boast Epson’s high-aperture 3-chip 3LCD technology for clear and crisp images.

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