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Epson Intros Next-Generation Lamp-Free Laser Displays

Epson has introduced several new displays at the 2023 TCEA conference, focusing on enhanced collaboration for education and business. Included are several lamp-free laser projector displays in the PowerLite and BrightLink lines.

The new displays include:

  • The PowerLite EB-810E Ultra, Epson’s first high resolution ultra-short throw solution for classrooms and meeting rooms, using Epson’s 4K Enhancement technology which creates 4K enhanced images at a minimum 80 inches from one inch up to 150 inches away from as close as 14 inches from a wall or screen;

  • The embedded, browser-based BrightLink GoBoardTM 780Fi ultra-short throw interactive laser display, built for instant online access;

  • The BrightLink 760Wi and BrightLink 770Fi (the 770Fi supporting a 21:9 aspect ratio), ultra-short throw interactive laser displays, with almost 85 percent more display area than a 75-inch flat panel. They can access common whiteboards interactively with flexible installation options or use BrightLink’s built-in pen-based interactivity and optional touch functionality. They can also connect wirelessly with casting capabilities from PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, and Android and iOS devices, and have split screen functionality. These displays are compatible with frequently used software, including Office 365 and Google Workspace, the company said.

A new family of PowerLite displays includes:

They offer 4,000 to 4,600 lumens of equal color and white brightness with images up to 310 inches. They have built-in wireless connectivity, a variety of aspect ratios and casting capabilities, and split-screen support. In this lineup, the PowerLite L260F, L265F, 770F, 775F, and L210SF also have 21:9 ultra-wide displays and Wake-on-Sync function.

Epson said all PowerLite and BrightLink models will be available in March 2023, except the PowerLite EB-810E Ultra, available in June. The BrightLink GoBoard 780Fi will be available in May.

For more information, visit the Epson site.

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Kate Lucariello is a former newspaper editor, EAST Lab high school teacher and college English teacher.

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