As a company heavily focused on research & development, Epson introduced many technology "firsts" to the market. Epson pioneered the projection industry with the invention of the world's first optical projection engine, known as 3LCD technology. Additionally, Epson introduced the world's first LCD projector for video imaging in 1989, paving the way for the projection market.
Epson projectors have unique features that allow them to stand out in a crowd.
All Epson projectors are based on 3-chip LCD technology for amazing color, incredible detail and solid reliability. 3LCD's 3-chip architecture dedicates an entire chip to process each primary color - red, green, and blue, continuously. Unlike single-chip technology that delivers color sequentially, you get full-time color. The result is vibrant, realistic images and video all delivered with 3LCD's true-to-life color.
Interactivity Compared: Learn how interactivity is implemented in BrightLink compared to other single-chip DLP interactive projectors.
E-TORL Lamp Technology
Most Epson projectors utilize Epson's exclusive E-TORL lamp technology. E-TORL lamps are designed to have longer lamp life, so replacement lamps are purchased less often. The special E-TORL design minimizes both light defraction and light leakage, providing you with up to 50 percent more lamp life than competitive products. And, E-TORL replacement lamps cost up to $150 less than competing replacement lamps. So, while the E-TORL lamp maximizes your presentation time, it also minimizes your costs.
USB Plug 'n Play
USB Plug 'n Play connectivity makes setup a breeze on your PC. Simply connect to your computer with a standard USB cable and your presentation is instantly projected. And, you still have the option to connect via VGA.
Quick Connect Wireless
Easily project wirelessly from a PC! Quick Connect Wireless uses your computers built-in wireless capability to create a wireless connection to the projector from your PC.
Present directly from a USB memory device by simply plugging it in the projector. No PC needed!
Benefits of Monitor & Control
Take advantage of Epson's monitor and control capabilities to help make projector maintenance a breeze! Discover the benefits of using this feature, from having remote access and control to saving you valuable time and money.
How to Use EasyMP Network Projection
Learn how to use Epson's EasyMP Network Projection software to send presentations to multiple projectors on your network.
Benefits of Presenting Over the Network
Discover the benefits of connecting your projector to the network to seamlessly present to your audience, even if they are in multiple locations.
Epson's Message Broadcasting feature lets you send real-time messages and announcements to Epson projectors connected to the network. Learn how to use this valuable and versatile tool and discover the benefits of using this feature which is available on many projector models for business and education.
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Is your school equipped with powerful digital signage? Your school may be, but you may not know it. Learn more about Epson's Message Broadcasting feature and how it can be utilized in your school.
How to Use Wired Connection
Learn how to easily connect the projector to your wired network with an Ethernet cable.
How to Connect to a Projector
Learn about all the connection ports on the back of a projector and how to connect using these ports.
As the largest manufacturer of front projectors in the world, Epson is constantly striving to make our products more advanced, more efficient and easier to use.
During the past century, Epson has developed sophisticated technologies that keep us at the forefront of the digital imaging and front projection markets.
As the best-selling projector manufacturer in the world, Epson has a solution for every teaching scenario. Built with image quality and reliability in mind, Epson projectors enhance communication, inspire collaboration and offer a low total cost of ownership.
The Duet ultra portable projection screen is the first ultra portable projection screen to offer both standard (4:3) and widescreen (16:9) formats.