Epson today has announced the release of two new series of projectors which will be bringing a total of four new projectors. The new projectors includes the PowerLite 1835, D6150, D6155W and D6250, they were all designed for higher education. The Epson PowerLite 1835 as most Epson Projectors, offers easy setup features which allows simple installation in just about any room, other specifications includes future proof connectivity, advanced networking, 3,500 lumens of color and white light output, an XGA resolution output, PC-free Presentations, USB device support, HDMI high-definition images and optional wireless connection allows for peer-to-peer presentations as well as advanced wireless networking. There is also a 1.6x optical zoom which allows the device to project larger images from shorter throw distances, Epson’s exclusive E-TORL lamp technology which delivers a 6000 lamp life in eco mode and priced at $1,199 per unit.
All three models in the D6000 Series comes with a dust resistant design and exhaust vent shutters which allows the device to be used in dusty environments without causing complications, they also comes with electrostatic filter that offers up to 10,000 hour life and lamp life of up to 5,000 hours using Epson’s exclusive E-TORL lamp technology. The PowerLite D6150, D6155W and D6250 offers other noteworthy specifications including split screen capability which enables the user to do presentations with two side-by-side windows from two input sources with three layout options, Epson’s Quick Corner feature which enables any four corners of an image to be adjusted independently for a perfectly rectangular picture, 1.6x optical zoom for larger images, HDMI port, PC Free Presentation, USB Device support and Network capabilities. The PowerLite D6150, D6155W and D6250 will be available on the market starting April 2011 for a price of $1,649, $1,799 and $1,799, respectively.