Projector maker Epson has expanded its PowerLite series of laser projectors with eight new solutions for education and corporate environments that pair the company’s 3LCD technology with installation and software features.
The new projectors are the PowerLite L520W, L520U, L530U, L630U, L730U, L735U, L630SU, and L635SU and can be used for a range of applications like education, corporate, digital signage and entertainment, the company said in a press release.
According to Epson, the PowerLite L520W, L520U, L530U, L630U, and L730U are designed for education and corporate environments, featuring up to 7,000 lumens of equal color and white brightness, flexible placement, and high image quality for schools and meetings rooms.
The laser projectors can deliver images up to 500 inches with 16:10 or ultra-wide 16:6 displays for visibility required in hybrid education and work settings. They come equipped with versatile connectivity options and installation tools like lens shift, HDBaseT and 360-degree placement flexibility.
They also come with 5GHz enterprise-level wireless and upgraded Miracast and screen sharing for collaboration needs.
The projectors are also easy on maintenance teams, as they are powered by a 20,000-hour laser light source with no lamps to replace.
Meanwhile, the long-throw PowerLite L series, including the L730U and L735U and short-throw PowerLite L630SU and L635SU, are designed for installation features in corporate experience centers, retail visual merchandizing and entertainment venues.
The projectors come with built-in features like GHz enterprise-level wireless, HDBaseT and edge blending, and the displays include several connectivity options, energy saving features and software that allows for content management and remote monitoring of the projectors.
The new projects will be available this May.