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Epson adds to its Epson PowerLite Pro Z-Series Installation Projector Line, the Z8450WUNL, Z8455WUNL, Z8350WNL, Z8250NL and Z8255NL. These installation projectors are based on 3LCD, 3-chip technology and are designed for corporate, higher education, house of worship, rental and staging, museum, and digital signage applications. They all feature Edge Blending function that allows for consistent and smooth brightness and color when using more than one PowerLite Pro Z model side by side for staging, art galleries, digital signage, video walls, or command centers.
The PowerLite Pro Z8450WUNL (White) and Z8455WUNL (Black) feature WUXGA 1920×1200 resolution and 7000 lumens. The Z8350WNL, available in white, provides WXGA 1280×768 resolution with 8500 lumens brightness, while the Z8250NL (White) and Z8255NL (Black) delivers XGA 1024×768 images with 10,000 lumens brightness. All five models have 5,000:1 contrast radio and include an liquid cooling system and a dual-lamp design for enhanced image quality and performance.
The new PowerLite Pro Z-series models support 360° Projection, meaning projectors can be installed at any angle to meet a range of installation needs. DICOM Simulation Mode can be used to reproduce medical images, such as x-rays, for medical training and education, and the Super Resolution Technology can improve low resolution or blurry pictures of sharper images. They are equipped with Faroudja DCDi chipset to enhance video quality with deinterlacing, noise reduction and improving sharpness and new Gamma and RGB image adjustments are used for brightness and color tone adjustments. The Z8450WUNL and Z8455WUNL also come with Frame Interpolation to deliver sharper and smoother pictures during fast motion videos, such as sports and action movies.
All the new PowerLite Pro Z-Series projectors provide two HDMI inputs and the WUXGA models offers also HD-SDI inputs for long distance high-definition live broadcasts up to 300 feet. Other features include Split Screen, internal memory to menu settings for up to 10 different scenarios, Epson Easy Management for easy network monitoring, maintenance scheduling via LAN, and six built-in test pattern to adjust image quality without video signals. They also have Crestron RoomView compatibility, messaging broadcasting, a centered lens design, LAN connectivity, a built-in closed captioning decoder, and six optional lenses, including a rear-projection lens, with horizontal and vertical lens shift.
The Epson Z8450WUNL, Z8455WUNL will be available in February 2012, the Z8250NL and Z8255NL in April and the Z8350WNL in May.
Epson introduced two new affordable projectors, the PowerLite 1880 and PowerLite 1850W, for corporate and greater education. The first kind has XGA resolution and 4000 lumens brightness as the latter provides WXGA widescreen resolution and 3700 lumens. Each of them offer 1.6x optical zoom permitting for bigger images from shorter throw distances and removes dead spaces. Epson PowerLite 1880 and 1850W Affordable Projectors for Corporate and Greater Education More »
Along with the Pro9500, ViewSonic brings the brand new PJL6243 and PJL6233 LCD projectors for education market. Based on 3LCD display technology, the PJL6243 and PJL6233 both feature 1024×768 resolution and offer Three thousand ANSI lumens and 2600 ANSI lumens brightness, respectively. They include the 3LCD True Color Technology to provide accurate color and true to life images and therefore are equipped with a 1.2 optical zoom lens and a 1W integrated speaker.
The actual PJL6243 and PJL6233 offers automatic vertical keystone correction as well as built-in level sensor automatic corrects and adjusts the distorted picture to have a perfect directly shape. Their 215-watt lamp has up to 6,000 hours of life. They offers RJ45 network port for simplified projector control. For increased security, a Pin number lock feature enables the user to set a password to prevent unauthorized use, while the Kensington security lock port provides anti-theft protection. The ViewSonic PJL6243 and PJL6233 are available for $699 and $599, respectively.
ViewSonic introduces a new 3LCD projector, the actual Pro9500 optimal for pitch halls, auditoriums, boardrooms as well as classrooms. The new Pro 9500 projector features a 1024×768 XGA native quality with 5000 ANSI lumens lighting and 3500:1 contrast ratio. It is equipped with three Zero.63-inch 3LCD Poly-Si TFT with Micro Lens and a 245-watt lamp with as many as 5,000 hrs of life. More »