In addition to the new more professional PowerLite Pro G-series models, Epson also introduces three PowerLite-4000 series installation projectors for medium to large meeting spaces in corporations, higher-education, K-12, and houses of worship. The PowerLite 4100 and 4200W offer 4,500 lumens while the PowerLite 4300 offers 5,200 lumens brightness.
These projectors are based on Epson’s 3LCD 3-chip technology. They feature a 1.8x zoom lens, centered lens design, a wide range of horizontal and vertical lens shift, Quick Corner for easy image positioning and simple lamp and air filter replacement. You can also find C2Fine™ Technology, Six-Axis Color Adjustment, DICOM Simulation Mode that uses standardized grayscale to reproduce medical images; and Advanced Sharpness.
The Epson PowerLite 4100 and 4300 offer XGA resolution and will be available in November 2010 for $2399 and $2999 respectively. The widescreen WXGA (1280 x 800) PowerLite 4200W will be out in January 2011 for $2689.