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Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide, creates innovative projection technologies for business, education, rental and staging, and the home. Incorporating industry-leading 3LCD technology, Epson offers installation, interactive and portable projectors designed to deliver quality, reliability and cost-effective performance. To learn more, please visit:

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Take the show on the road with the Epson ELPCS01 Mobile Projector Cart. Designed exclusively for use with PowerLite® 810E/815E extreme short throw projector (sold separately).
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Epson Launches PowerLite 935W Ultra-Bright Classroom Projector
Posted on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
 ORLANDO, Fla. (FETC, Booth #709) – Jan. 29, 2013 – Epson, the number-one selling projector brand worldwide1, today introduced the PowerLite® 935W projector designed for large classrooms and naturally bright rooms. The PowerLite 935W delivers ultra-bright images with 3,700 lumens of color brightness and 3,700 lumens of white brightness2 and full connectivity and network capabilities. The projector also offers WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution to allow teachers to fully leverage widescreen notebooks or tablets and widescreen DVD content.
“Many classrooms have ambient light that creates challenging environments for projecting bright images,” said Sara Kim, associate product manager, K-12 Education Marketing, Epson America. “With 3,700 lumens of both color and white light output2, the PowerLite 935W is suitable for almost any lighting condition, bringing bright, larger-than-life images to the classroom.”
The PowerLite 935W features a 16-watt speaker and microphone input to help engage the entire classroom without costly external speakers or teacher voice strain. In addition, the projector delivers comprehensive connectivity – HDMI for high-quality audio and video with one cable and RJ-45 for presenting content over the network, broadcasting important messages and monitoring and controlling a networked projector remotely.
More about the PowerLite 935W
The PowerLite 935W delivers several innovative features for the classroom, including:
-Setup/Positioning Flexibility: 1.6x optical zoom allows for a larger range in projector placement and produces larger images from shorter throw distances; +30 degree automatic vertical and manual horizontal keystone correction provides easy and convenient operation in multiple classroom settings; Quick Corner® moves any of the four corners of an image independently, to adjust for a perfectly rectangular picture
-Advanced Networking: Educators can remotely deliver video and audio presentations over the network with the included EasyMP® Network Projection software; projectors can be used as a broadcast system to display announcements, event flyers, updates and instructions; wireless functionality is available via an optional wireless module
-iProjection: Leveraging the Epson iProjection™ app, teachers can wirelessly present from most iOS Apple devices running iOS 4.2 or later and most Android devices running Android 2.3 or later
-Standby Audio Out: New feature allows teachers to save energy by transmitting audio to connected external speakers, even when the projector is in standby mode
-Easy Maintenance: Easy lamp and air filter access for quick and convenient replacements
-USB Plug ‘n Play: Instantly projects images, transmits audio and controls the presentations from either a Windows® PC or Mac via a standard USB cable; USB Type A port offers PC-free image slideshows and direct connection to the Epson® DC-06 document camera
-Convenient Control: Direct Power On and Off allows for an installed projector to be powered on and off with a flip of a wall switch; Instant Off® enables teachers to avoid delays when starting and finishing presentations and be up and running in seconds; A/V Mute Slide stops the sound and picture to allow for a quick pause in the presentation
-Virtual Remote: Allows teachers to use a virtual projector remote control on their computer via a web browser when connected to a network, eliminating the need to carry a physical remote control; performs basic functions such as power