Epson today announced two new budget-friendly projectors from its PowerLite Series, they are the PowerLite 1880 and 1850W. Both projectors were designed to deliver brightness and advanced functionality to businesses and educational institutions that has a tight budget. The first of the duo is the PowerLite 1880 which comes boasting a 4000 lumens color/white light output with an XGA resolution while the PowerLite 1850W delivers a 3700 lumens color/white light output with an WXGA resolution.
Both portable projectors comes with other specifications which includes Easy Slide Technology which is an intuitive horizontal keystone adjustment slider, it features flexible setup features allowing the user to quickly setup and starting using either projectors plus there are also advanced connectivity options. They both offer a plug-and-play interface, they have the ability to do slideshows without the need for a computer, they comes with HDMI ports built-in and a lamp life of up to 4000 hours, thanks to Epson’s exclusive E-TORL(r) lamp technology.
The Epson PowerLite 1880 and 1850W Portable Projectors utilizes the 3-chip technology which ensures that projected images are delivered with true-to-life color and detail for powerful presentations. Both devices are presently available with the PowerLite 1880 going for a market price of $1,399 while the PowerLite 1850W goes for $1,299.