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Epson’s Brighter Futures Graduation Program

Epson America’s Brighter Futures Graduation Program gives schools, districts, and universities a cost effective and environmentally friendly way to trade in older Epson projectors for recycling while earning discounts on newer, more state of the art replacement models. New Epson
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Epson America’s Brighter Futures Graduation Program gives schools, districts, and universities a cost-effective and environmentally friendly way to trade in older Epson projectors for recycling while earning discounts on newer, more state-of-the-art replacement models. New Epson projectors offer lamp life of up to 6,000 hours in economy mode.

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Epson’s Brighter Futures Graduation Program

Epson America’s Brighter Futures Graduation Program gives schools, districts, and universities a cost effective and environmentally friendly way to trade in older Epson projectors for recycling while earning discounts on newer, more state of the art replacement models. New Epson

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GENERAL-PURPOSE: Epson recommends its new model 826W ($999) as a general-purpose projector suitable for classroom use. It offers an extended lamp life of up to 6,000 hours, 2,500 lumens, a built-in closed-captioning decoder, an internal 10-watt speaker, network connectivity for remote presentations (via wired LAN) and optional wireless connectivity.INEXPENSIVE: Epson’s SVGA PowerLite S6, selling for $549, offers 2,200 lumens, plug-and-play USB connectivity (in addition to composite, S-Video and VGA) and a lamp life of up to 4,000 hours.HIGH-DEFINITION: Epson’s 4,000-lumen model G5000 ($2,499) supports the 1,080i HDTV input signal; its lamp life varies from 2,000 (high-brightness mode) to 3,000 hours (low-brightness mode).

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