Epson just introduced its new Powerlite X15 projector which is the successor to the previously launch Powerlite S9. The X15 is ideal for projecting bright images to small and medium-sized classrooms, business meeting and conference rooms.
The Powerlite X15 features a 1.2x optical zoom, +/-30 degree horizontal keystone slide and automatic vertical keystone correction for easy, convenient setup and flexibility in virtually any classroom setting. The projector also features a XGA 1024×768 resolution along with other specifications including a 3000:1 contrast ratio and 3000 lumens brightness.
It utilizes Epson’s 3LCD display technology and comes equipped with E-TORL 200 W UHE with a lamp life of up to 5000 hours. The X15 also features the Quick Corner function that allows four corners of an image to be moved independently for a perfectly formed rectangular image.
Other functions of the X15 includes built-in closed captioning decoder that makes presentations accessible to students with hearing impairments with no addition cost, it has connectivity options which includes a VGA D-sub, HDMI, composite video, S-video inputs, stereo audio output as well as RS-232c port.
Epson plans to release the new Powerlite X15 in May and it will go for a suggested price of $599.