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Epson Launches New 4.4-Pound Wireless Multimedia ProjectorNew EPSON PowerLite(R) 735c Offers Wireless 802.11b Connectivity and PC-Free Presenting in 4.4-Pound Projector with 2,000 ANSI Lumens
LONG BEACH, Calif.--Jan. 27, 2003--Imagine a 4.4-pound multimedia projector with 2,000 ANSI lumens that requires neither a video cable nor a PC to deliver stunning visual presentations. The new EPSON PowerLite 735c is the lightest 3-LCD projector on the market to offer such a flexible combination of portability with power.
"This is the kind of projector that will 'wow' your audience before you even begin to talk about the content in your presentation," said Jodi Maugham, product manager, Epson. "By combining a newly enhanced version of our EasyMP PC card reading capability and WiFi wireless connectivity, we've created a product that truly gives users a level of portable performance and brightness-to-weight ratio unlike any other solution on the market."
A "Wireless Wonder" In or Out of the Office Environment
EasyMP(TM) -- Newly Enhanced PC-Free Presentation Technology
Picture transitions are smooth and JPEG or bitmap images can be advanced automatically or with a mouse click. Special effects from programs such as PowerPoint are preserved and presenters also have the ability to create and save notes and annotations directly on the slide. The PowerLite 735c is compatible with PCMCIA Flash memory and with the use of an optional adapter, can work with cards such as Compact Flash(TM), SmartMedia(TM), Sony MemoryStick(TM), Microdrive(TM), and ATA Flash.
Portability Based on High Performance Projection Technology
Another benefit is the projector's card-sized remote control (3.37" x 1.56" x 0.25"). This design is not only sleek and easy to use, but also stores conveniently inside a slot within the projector -- making it easy to access, yet more difficult to lose. Other special features include an optical zoom for enlarging specific areas within an image and a cable lock feature for security-sensitive environments.
About Epson's Three-LCD Technology
The PowerLite 735c takes advantage of an advanced Micro Lens Array (MLA) to achieve its superior level of brightness. With MLA, a microscopic lens is placed in front of each pixel on each 0.9-inch LCD to increase light throughput for brighter and more vibrant images. With three LCDs inside the projector, there are nearly 2.4 million microscopic lenses in every PowerLite 735c. MLA allows more light to pass through each pixel, projecting images with rich, vibrant colors and crisp, clear detail.
Pricing, Availability & Support
This Epson PowerLite projector comes with a two-year limited warranty that includes three elite technical support services: Epson's Private Line(SM), Road Service Program and International Warranty. Through the Private Line, projector owners can directly access a dedicated support telephone line (typically in less than one minute) by using a phone card that is included with the product. In the event that a projector should need to be repaired, Epson's Road Service Program can usually replace the product within 24 hours in the United States and Canada. International Warranty makes repair service available in 45 countries worldwide. These services are available for the duration of the warranty coverage.
Presenters can also find valuable information by visiting Epson's Presenters Online(SM) Web site (www.presentersonline.com) for immediate access to presentation tips, tools and techniques, innovative templates, useful clip art, and links to services especially suited for today's busy road warrior. For more information on Epson's current projector product line, customers can call 1-800-442-1977 or visit the company's website at http://www.epson.com.
Note: Epson and EasyMP are registered trademarks of Seiko Epson Corporation. PowerLite and Private Line are registered trademarks, and Presenters Online is a service mark of Epson America Inc.
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