Versatile projectors for the modern office

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Versatile projectors for the modern office

Epson announces a new series of versatile and portable projectors (EB-U32, EB-W32) which are ideal for fixed and portable office use. Whether viewing video, photos or graphics, or delivering important presentations, the range has the flexibility to meet these demands and many more. With high-quality images, easy-to-use features and a stylish and portable design, these new models will blend seamlessly into the modern office.

Benefitting from 3LCD technology and an equally high White and Colour Light Output of 3,200 lumens, these projectors are three times brighter than equivalent 1-chip DLP projectors1. Content will have the finest detail with crisp, clear blacks, thanks to the 15,000:1 contrast ratio.

Users can enjoy high-quality images on a huge screen up to 300 inches. Both models in the range feature HDMI inputs2 for displaying high-quality digital and audio content easily. Videos, photos and presentations will all appear sharp and clear.  For those wanting vivid Full HD content, the EB-U32 provides the ultimate viewing experience thanks to its WUXGA (1,920 x 1,200) resolution, allowing the flexibility to show corporate content in its native format, including Full HD 1080p.

Paul Wilson, business manager, Epson UK said: “Portable projectors need to be versatile enough to allow them to be used in a number of locations and different situations. The EB-W32 and EB-U32 are compact and lightweight, whilst offering the breadth of connectivity required in the modern office, including HDMI and Wi-Fi. They also offer WXGA and WUXGA resolutions, for seamless use with modern laptops and presentation formats”.

With fuss-free set up, users can get started quickly.  Moving the projector from room to room or out on the road is easy with its carry bag included and, thanks to both vertical and horizontal keystone correction, the projectors can be set up in a number of positions without distorting the image.

With Wi-Fi integrated into both models, connecting to the projector using a smart device is simple. By downloading the iProjection app, users can begin projecting photos and documents from their smart devices. Epson’s EasyMP network software can also be used to share content wirelessly from laptops, with multiple participants if required.

For those wishing to multi-task, the addition of split-screen functionality allows users to display two inputs at once making it ideal for collaborative working.

Both projectors (EB-U32, EB-W32) will be available to buy from 1st Sept 2015 priced at £722.94 and £593.99 respectively.

Key Features

EB-U32EB-W32
Enjoy exceptional image quality with Epson’s 3LCD technology
Equally high White and Colour Light Output3,200 lm3,200 lm
Native resolutionWUXGAWXGA
Clearer detail with a high contrast ratio (15,000:1)
Long lamp life (5,000h normal/10,000h eco mode)
Air filter maintenance cycle 10,000 hours to reduce maintenance time and costs
Horizontal keystone correction for convenient set-up
Automatic vertical keystone correction
Built-in WiFi connectivity
iProjection and QR code connectivity
Network projection to easily send presentations to multiple projectors on a network
Multi PC projection allows content from four devices to be displayed simultaneously
Moderator function allows host to take control of displayed content from remote devices
Split screen for projecting two inputs side-by-side
Built-in 2W speaker
HDMI input for digital video and audio content2 x HDMI
A/V mute button and standby timer
OSD settings copy for multiple projectors
 

1 The EB-U32 features two HDMI inputs. The EB-W32 features one HDMI input.

2 Colour Brightness (Color Light Output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Colour Brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. Leading Epson 3LCD business and education projectors compared to leading one-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD data for June 2013 through May 2014 and PMA Research data for Q1 through Q3 2013.