New Epson Projectors Arrive to Boost Classroom Connectivity

Nine new projectors make sharing content in class even easier.

In today's classroom, projectors are creating more of an innovative experience than ever before. Epson has been a huge contributor to the creative use of projectors in the K–12 classroom.

The maker of the interactive BrightLink projector has recently announced nine new projectors in its PowerLite series, designed specifically for use in K–12 classrooms, Campus Technology reports.

The new projectors will range in brightness from 3,300 to 4,000 lumens with resolutions of 800x600 to 1,920x1,200.

Campus Technology reports that the projectors have built-in wireless tech that allows up to 50 devices to be connected simultaneously and using the Epson iProjection app, educators can even display four screens simultaneously.

The new projectors also have two-way sharing, making it easier for teachers to push content from projectors to devices and vice-versa.

“Educators understand the importance of having the best display technology in the classroom to deliver dynamic, engaging lessons to students,”  says Veronika Knight, the product manager of projectors at Epson America, in a statement.

The PowerLite projectors range from $399 to $1,079.

Oct 19 2017