With the aim of supporting the educational process within the classrooms, Epson launched three new models of projectors that will allow students and teachers to live a better experience of learning.
The Epson BrightLink ® and PowerLite models offer luminosity, performance and ease of use to make classes more fun and interesting. In addition, they are compatible with a wide range of devices and help teachers to share content to captivate students, regardless of where they are sitting in the classroom.
Also, its unmatched technology, service and technical support allow you to offer multimedia content and crisp, bright images for your classes.
BrightLink Laser 710Ui, which works with touch technology, allows a projection of 100 inches with laser light source. The team increases the experience of interactivity in the classes and guarantees greater durability of the equipment. Its resolution Full HD WUXGA and its 4,000 lumens of color brightness and 4,000 lumens in white, give as a result shocking presentations for teachers or teachers who seek to capture the attention of students.
The Epson PowerLite 990 U is perfect for a classroom, because its high resolution allows you to clearly project spreadsheets, multimedia presentations and any other image. While the PowerLite 675W has the ability to projection at very short distances, allowing to do large projections in small places.
“We ratify our commitment to teaching through the development of high quality products so that teachers can focus on the best they do… educate,” said Diego Rosero, General Manager of Epson Central America.
In addition, when acquiring this equipment, the educational centers and educators will be able to acquire the license of the platform “know and more”. In this platform, Epson and Santillana make available more than 100,000 educational content to project in class, and 1,500 classes already prepared.
Due to their high capacities, in April of this year these projectors were recognized with prizes in the report of projectors for the classroom, that grants ProjectorReviews.com, leading site of evaluation of this type of devices, that evaluates how each projector adapts to the scope of education and what role may be of interest to educational institutions.