Epson Shipping New Laser Projectors with 4K Enhancement Tech

Epson Shipping New Laser Projectors with 4K Enhancement Tech

The new PowerLite L570U, L770U, and L775U projectors by Epson are now available, features include 4K Enhancement Technology and PixAlign Camera support.

Built with easy installation and creative tools in mind, along with 5,200 and 7,000 lumens of equal color and white brightness, the new projectors offer convenience and a premium viewing experience at any distance, according to the company. The new 3-chip 3LCD laser projectors are designed to elevate entertainment and education spaces and facilitate more equitable and collaborative meeting experiences with easy operation from start to finish.

Epson PowerLite projectorVisual technology artist, Jeff Dobrow, whose work can be seen here, understands the value of high-quality projection with 4K enhanced imagery along with built-in tools for easier setup, content management, and multi-projection installs. Dobrow noted, “The quality of projection content can be significantly improved with 4K Enhancement where higher pixel density is necessary. This increase in clarity and detail will allow for a rich viewing experience, especially when indoors where everything is within reach.”

Lightweight and compact, the 7,000-lumen PowerLite L770U (white), PowerLite L775U (black), and 5,200-lumen PowerLite L570U laser projectors are adaptable, offering clear and bright displays across a range of environments including classrooms, conference rooms, museums, and beyond. The new models are also compatible with Epson’s attachable PixAlign camera (sold separately), providing access to advanced projection capabilities that help simplify complex multi-projector installations and make achieving sophisticated projection applications easy, according to the company.

“In heritage sites and other sensitive installations, less is always more. The ability to keep content playlists, along with warping and blending tools, in the projector dramatically reduces site impact and infrastructure footprint‚ an extremely valuable consideration,” Dobrow added. “Barriers for projection artists are not small and combining powerful, time-saving features with better resolution and brilliant color in one solution goes a long way. I need more time to focus on finessing content and less on scoping out solutions. Epson’s continued innovation with projection allows us to focus on the experiences.”

Durable and long-lasting with impressive brightness and detailed images, the new models offer Full HD resolution with 4K Enhancement Technology, along with a virtually maintenance-free, 20,000-hour laser light source and air filter.

Available in a black or white chassis to blend into various infrastructure, the projectors can deliver up to a 500-in. image and switch between a number of aspect ratios, from standard 16:10 and 16:9 to ultra-wide 16:6 and 21:9 adding increased horizontal content real estate for more collaborative hybrid meetings. In addition, to ensure flawless operation, the projectors will immediately turn on when sensing a signal or by Consumer Electronics Control (CEC) over HDMI.

“The new PowerLite L projectors are intended to meet the market’s needs to deliver immersive, high impact displays with large, detailed, high-resolution content,” said Chris Teguh, product manager, Epson America, Inc. “With the addition of 4K Enhancement technology and the easy-to-install PixAlign camera, the new projectors provide increased display performance and convenient tools to empower creative minds to wow their audiences.”

The PowerLite L770U (white), PowerLite L775U (black), and PowerLite L570U are available now and can be purchased through authorized resellers.

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