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Marc Davidson — May 15, 2013
The first DLP projector to offer interactivity without any loss of brightness...
Allan Abbott — May 10, 2013
This small, 5 lb. portable projector pumps out 2700 lumens of light at the very attractive price of just $359, the price of many picos these days...
Marc Davidson — Apr 9, 2013
BenQ's very low priced 1280x800 projector, the MW519 offers a 2800-lumen brightness rating and moderately good portability...
Elizabeth Dourley — Oct 3, 2013
Look out for two projector series from Epson designed for the K-12 classroom. The Epson® PowerLite® S17, X17, and W17 are said to be bright, easy to use and affordable even with HDMI connectivity and optional wireless connectivity. The other series includes the Epson PowerLite 97, 98, 99W, 955W, and 965 classroom projectors with advanced network connectivitymore
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Mark Davidson — May 9, 2012
New top of the line third generation ultra short-throw interactive projector, the Epson BrightLink 485Wi makes earlier models look like design prototypes...
Canon USA — Mar 15, 2012
The new new Soka Performing Arts Center was recently outfitted with REALiS WUX4000 installation LCOS projectors from Canon U.S.A.
Epson Expands Education Projector Offerings with Eight New PowerLite Models Delivering Range of Features and Pricing for Any K-12 Classroom Need
Oct 3, 2013
Epson today introduced two new projector series to meet the needs of any K-12 classroom. The Epson® PowerLite® S17, X17, and W17 are three bright, affordable and easy-to-use projectors delivering features including HDMI connectivity and optional wireless connectivity.
Dec 2, 2013
Hi everyone, Two weeks ago, my projector was running just perfect. Then one day, when I started it in the morning, the top left corner was black. And I'm pretty sure it is slowly spreading. You can understand what I mean in the image attach to the... more