Epson introduces its PowerLite D6000 series of projectors of higher education, including the D6150, D6155W and D6250 models. The new PowerLite projectors all feature a 10,000 hour electrostatic filter and lamp life of 5,000 hours, using E-TORL lamp technology, for a low total cost of ownership.
Both D6150 and D6155W offer 3500 lumens of brightness. The former has XGA 1024×768 resolution while the latter offers wxga 1280×768 resolution for widescreen content. The PowerLite D6250, on the other hand, has 4000 lumens and XGA resolution. These projectors are based on Epson’s 3LCD display technology and features Quick Corner image adjustment function, 1.6x optical zoom, Split Screen, and support for Crestron RoomView.
The D6000 series projectors have HDMI, dual D-sub, Composite, S-video as well as USB port for PC-less presentation from USB storage devices, and Ethernet LAN and RS232 ports. Epson’s D6150, D6155W and D6250 will be released in April for $1649, $1799 and $1799 respectively.