Epson announces the expansion of its PowerLite 1900-series with six new projectors designed to meet the needs of small-to-medium-sized houses of worship. The new projectors offer image quality, a many connectivity options, and up to 5,000 lumens of brightness, as well as several collaboration features including split screen capability and multi-PC projection.
The PowerLite 1940W, 1950, and 1960 are designed specifically for users who want a bright projector at an affordable price with features such as split screen, DICOM simulation mode, and diverse connectivity with HDMI and DisplayPort. The PowerLite 1945W, 1955, and 1965 are designed for users that require additional features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, advanced wireless security, automatic vertical and horizontal keystoning, and focus assistance.
For the full press release and additional images of the PowerLite 1900-series, please visit Epson’s newsroom.