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Ultra-Short Throw Projectors Offer Connectivity for BYOD and One-to-One Classrooms

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January 30, 2014 By:

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Epson today introduced the Epson® PowerLite®570, 575W, 580, and 585W – four affordable ultra-short throw projectors designed for the connected K-12 classroom. With a Moderator functionality that allows a network of up to 50 personal devices to connect to the projectors, teachers can wirelessly control which personal devices are displayed, with up to four student screens shown simultaneously. The new projectors also feature two HDMI ports, one with MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) support for connecting multiple digital devices, including mobile phones, tablets and other portable devices.

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Education Pricing

PowerLite 570

2,700

2,700

XGA

$999

PowerLite 575W

2,700

2,700

WXGA

$1,049

PowerLite 580

3,200

3,200

XGA

$1,049

PowerLite 585W

3,300

3,300

WXGA

$1,199

Features for educators include:

- Epson iProjection: Leveraging the Epson iProjection app, teachers can present from most iOS Apple devices running iOS 4.2 or later, including the iPad®, iPhone® and iPod touch®, and most Android devices running Android 2.3 or later

- Communication: Internal 16-watt speaker, built-in closed captioning decoder and microphone input 

- Extended Lamp Life: The lamp life can last up to 10,000 hours in economy mode

- 3LCD Technology: The latest 3LCD, 3-chip technology provides an energy-efficient light engine which uses available lamp light

The Epson PowerLite 570, 575W, 580, and 585W will be available in April 2014 through national resellers, pro audio/visual dealers, mail order, distribution, and Epson.com. 

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