Epson introduces four new budget-friendly projectors, the PowerLite 92, 93, 95, and 96W for classroom use. All models have built-in 16-watt speaker and offers HDMI connectivity. They come with pre-designed line and graph pattern templates or customizable images aid in instruction, saving valuable class time by eliminating the need for teachers to draw lines and grids on a whiteboard or blackboard.
The PowerLite 92 and PowerLite 93 provides 2400 lumens brightness while the PowerLite 95 has 2600 lumens. All three projectors have XGA resolution. The PowerLite 96W offers WXGA 1280×800 widescreen resolution and has 2700 lumens color and white light output. These projectors feature E-TORL lamp technology for up to 6,000 hours of lamp life, 1.2x optical zoom,+/-30-degree automatic vertical keystone correction abd built-in captioning decoder.
The 93, 95, and 96W models offer RJ-45 wired LAN connectivity for remote projector management. With support for USB Plug n Play, users can instantly project images, transmit audio and control the presentation from either a Windows PC or Mac via a single USB connection.
The PowerLite 90-series will be released in March. The price will be $649 for 92, $699 for 93, $799 for 95 and $899 for 96W.