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Epson NZ showcases new laser projector lineup

11 Jul 16

Projector specialists Epson last week showcases an impressive new lineup of 3LCD projectors, as the company looks to cement its commitment to the high-brightness segment of the market.

The showcases included the EB-L25000U, the world’s first 25,000-lumen 3LCD projector. The lineup will include five models ranging from 6,000 to 25,000 lumens.

Epson has in recent years steadily increased its lineup of projectors in this class for applications including large exhibition rooms, concert halls and outdoor signage. The high-lumen projector market is forecast to grow by 125% by 2020, and, according to Epson New Zealand general manager Simon Rogers, the company is continuing to invest heavily in developing technologies and products to meet those expanding needs.

According Rogers, the new projectors are the result of sustained research and development by the company.

"This is the announcement the projector world has been waiting for from Epson,” he says.

“Epson’s 3LCD laser projectors offer customers the outstanding value and performance you would expect from the global projector market leader alongside the very highest quality and sharpness of image,” Rogers explains.

“As a result of the benefits that Epson brings to the laser projector market, opportunities and uses for these amazing pieces of equipment continue to grow.”

The new L series 3LCD laser projector lineup includes the following models:

EB-L25000U - WUXGA - 25,000 white brightness/25,000 colour brightness
EB-L1505U - WUXGA  - 12,000 white brightness/12,000 colour brightness
EB-L1300U  - WUXGA - 8,000 white brightness/8,000 colour brightness
EB-L1200U  - WUXGA - 7,000 white brightness/7,000 colour brightness  

Check out our gallery of the showcase below.

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