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Epson deploys new 4000-series installation projectors for large venues

updated 06:56 pm EDT, Tue May 28, 2013

Expansion to 4000-series boast high lumen count, Faroudja DCDi

Epson today introduced a projection solution for a wide range of venues -- the PowerLite 4000-Series installation projectors. Suitable for a conference room, school auditorium, house of worship, sports bar, or home theater, the PowerLite 4650, 4750W and 4855WU projectors deliver bright, vivid imagery in full HD resolution. The new line includes features including Faroudja DCDi video processing, a centered lens design, up to two times optical zoom, and lens shift for flexible installation.

The PowerLite 4650 is a 5,200 lumen projector, with 1024x768 resolution. The PowerLite 4750W displays at 1280x768 resolution, at 4,200 lumens. Rounding out the line, the PowerLite 4855WU projects at 4,000 lumens in 1920x1200 resolution.

The entire line has HDMI and DisplayPort connectivity options, with Faroudja DCDi video processing technology. Epson Easy Management provides for content delivery over network. The iProjection technology allows for content reception from most iOS devices running iOS 4.2 or later and Android devices on Android 2.3 or greater.

The Epson PowerLite 4000 series will be available ion July. The PowerLite 4650 will retail for $1,999. The PowerLite 4750W also sells for $1,999. The high-end PowerLite 4855WU will be available for $2,999.



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  1. Paulrm

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    How does 1280x768 equal "full HD resolution"? Especially at the size of the image this type of projector is aimed at.

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