Epson ups the ante with PowerLite Pro G-series installation projectors

Epson is a name that is well know when it comes to projectors (apart from printers, of course), and this time around we have a couple more high-definition models that will be introduced to the masses – the PowerLite Pro G-series installation projector line which sees the PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL and G5750WUNL arriving on stage. Targeting medium to large custom installations in corporations, higher-education, and houses of worship, these will be no less than full-featured, professional projectors that comprise of a wide range of cutting edge technologies and collaboration features. In case you’re involved in any of the places mentioned and are looking for a new projector, why not read on in the extended post to see whether the features suit your venue or not?

The PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL and G5750WUNL are both WUXGA projectors, where they will deliver 1920 x 1200 native resolution and high-quality widescreen images. First of all, the PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL can deliver 4,000 lumens of color and white light output, while the PowerLite Pro G5750WUNL is slightly higher end when it comes to brightness levels, offering 4,500 lumens of color and white light output. Among the features that both projectors share include :-

  • C2Fine Technology: Along with advanced vertical alignment technology, provides high contrast for deeper blacks and vivid images
  • DICOM Simulation Mode: Specialized imaging uses standardized grayscale to reproduce medical images, such as x-rays, for medical training and education
  • Six-Axis Color Adjustment: Allows users to customize colors by adjusting the hue, saturation, and brightness of RGBCMY (red, green, blue, cyan, magenta, yellow) for special projection materials such as high-quality photographs or artwork
  • Advanced Sharpness: Allows users to adjust sharpness more precisely for thin, thick, vertical, and horizontal line enhancements
  • Test Patterns: Four new test patterns are included for different applications to make setup and image customization easy

Of course, what’s a high end projector when it isn’t capable of giving you split screen capability? This will certainly come in handy when it comes to presentation flexibility, boasting two side-by-side windows and three layout options – perfect when you want video and presentation materials to run simultaneously for added convenience. Not only that, up to a quartet of computers can simultaneously project via the network with a four-way split-screen for added effect. The PowerLite Pro G5450WUNL isn’t cheap at $3,999, while the Pro G5750WUNL will see you adding another grand to the price tag as they both become available next January onwards.

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