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Epson to Introduce Seven New Projectors at INFOCOMM

Press Release  |  Jun 4, 1999

TORRANCE, Calif.--June 4, 1999--Epson America Inc., the world leader in high-performance projectors, will premiere a total of seven new Epson(R) PowerLite(R) projectors at the INFOCOMM International show in Orlando, Fla. next week.

Five new projectors in the portable and ultraportable categories are being introduced along with two new product offerings for the install-capable segment. Each of the new products will be showcased at Epson's INFOCOMM booth.

Known for their superior design, Epson projectors are exceptionally bright, projecting accurate colors and precise details. Seiko Epson's own three-LCD technology enables Epson projectors to achieve superior image quality with high-efficiency, increased light throughput, color saturation and consistent, even images.

Epson's line of projectors includes native SVGA as well as native XGA resolutions in addition to Epson's advanced SizeWise(tm) resizing technology for compatibility with several display modes including UXGA (1600 x 1200). Image quality, brightness and portability bring Epson's feature-rich, high-performance LCD projectors to the forefront of the rapidly-evolving projection industry.

Dates:      June 10-June 12

Location:   INFOCOMM International Tradeshow, Epson Booth No. 643
            Orange County Convention Center
            Orlando, Fla.

Note to Editors: Epson is a registered trademark of Seiko Epson Corporation. PowerLite is a registered trademark of Epson America Inc., and SizeWise is a trademark of Epson America Inc.


CONTACT:  Epson America Inc., Torrance
Kristine Snyder, 310/782-4026
Walt & Company
Jerry Hsu, 408/496-0900

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