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Epson PowerLite 84, 85, 825, and 826W

Epson introduced four new projectors optimized for the classroom with new features that make them easy to use, inexpensive to operate, and extremely effective for both teachers and students. The new 4/13/2009 8:00 AM Eastern

Epson PowerLite 84, 85, 825, and 826W

Apr 13, 2009 12:00 PM




Epson PowerLite 826W

Epson introduced four new projectors optimized for the classroom with new features that make them easy to use, inexpensive to operate, and extremely effective for both teachers and students. The new PowerLite 84, 85, 825, and 826W offer extended lamp life of up to 6000 hours; a built-in closed-captioning decoder; USB plug-and-play technology; a powerful internal 10W loudspeaker; network connectivity for remote presentations (via wired LAN); and optional wireless connectivity. The new models are also the first to offer a dedicated microphone input, allowing teachers to amplify their voice using the internal loudspeaker to ensure all students can hear. The PowerLite 84 ($799) and 85 ($899) feature 2600-lumen white light output, 2600 lumens color light output, and XGA resolution. The PowerLite 825 ($999) offers 3000-lumen white light output, 3000-lumen color light output, and XGA resolution. The PowerLite 826W ($999) features 2500-lumen white light output, 2500-lumen color light output, and WXGA resolution (16:10 aspect ratio), which is ideal for use with widescreen laptops and DVD content.

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