Epson introduces the new PowerLite X15 projector, which is the sucessor to the PowerLite 92. Designed to deliver bright images to small- and medium-sized classrooms and conference rooms, the X15 features XGA 1024×768 resolution, 3000:1 contrast ratio and 3000 lumens brightness. It uses Epson’s 3LCD display technology and is equipped with E-TORL 200 W UHE with a lamp life of up to 5000 hours.
The PowerLite X15 also features 1.2x optical zoom, +/-30 degree horizontal keystone slide and automatic vertical keystone correction for easy, convenient setup and flexibility in virtually any classroom setting, as well as the Quick Corner function that allows the four corners of an image to be moved independently for a perfectly rectangular image. The projector comes with built-in closed captioning decoder that makes presentations accessible to students with hearing impairments at no added cost and helps meet ADA section 508 compliance.
The Epson X15 has VGA D-sub, HDMI, composite video, S-video inputs as well as RS-232c controler port and stereo audio output. There is also USB connector for instantly projecting video and audio from a PC or Mac computer. Coming in May, the X15 will be available for $599.