Epson PowerLite 410W:3LCD-projector for schools

April 3, 2009, 3:05 pm

   Japanese company Epson announced the intention to soon bring to market a new projector for audiences PowerLite 410W, which will replace the model 400W. 410W as well as its predecessor was designed based on the 3LCD-technology, has a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels.
On the differences include an improved optical system, which allows you to create an image format of 16:10 with a diagonal of 60 inches at a distance of only two feet (60 cm). To enhance ease of use in smaller rooms provided a mechanism for mounting the projector on the wall. The new model has a brightness of 2000 lumens (compared to 1800 lm for 400W). Another feature of novelty is the use of technology Epson E-TORL, which allows you to extend the life cycle of the lamps and 4000 hours, subject to work in eco-mode.
For the comfort of the presentations and lectures, a 10-Watt speaker. Embedded Ethernet-card allows you to control the projector remotely via a network. There are eight preset settings for projecting images on a black, white, and other surfaces.
In stores PowerLite 410W appear in late April at an estimated price of $ 1300.


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