Epson announced the PowerLite 905 and PowerLite 915W, two new ultra-bright projectors for the classroom. The former has XGA resolution and 3000 lumens while the 915W offers WXGA 1280×800 resolution and 3200 lumens. Both of them are based on 3-chip 3LCD display technology to deliver true-to-life color.
The PowerLite 905 and 915W feature 1.6x optical zoom, +30 degree automatic vertical keystone correction and new +30 degree horizontal keystone correction and extended lamp life of up to 6000 hours using Epson’s E-TORL technology. Both projectors come with pre-designed line and graph pattern templates or customizable images aid in instruction, saving valuable class time. They support direct presentation from Windows PC or Mac via USB cable.
Epson’s PowerLite 905 and 915W provides dual VGA inputs, Ehtneret LAN port and HDMI input. They will be released in March for $999 and $1099.