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Epson PowerLite 1835

The PowerLite 1835 is a projector that supports advanced networking, 3,500 lumens of color and white light output and XGA resolution. Available for an MSRP of $1,199, the PowerLite 1835 features connectivity and networking options such as Image Adjustment which are horizontal keystone that squares the image even if the projector is placed off-center from the screen; and Quick Corner® which allows any four corners of an image to be adjusted independently for a perfectly rectangul…

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Epson PowerLite 1835

The PowerLite 1835 is a projector that supports advanced networking, 3,500 lumens of color and white light output and XGA resolution. Available for an MSRP of $1,199, the PowerLite 1835 features connectivity and networking options such as Image Adjustment which are horizontal keystone that squares the image even if the projector is placed off-center from the screen; and Quick Corner® which allows any four corners of an image to be adjusted independently for a perfectly rectangular picture. The PowerLite 1835 also features 1.6x optical zoom that projects larger images from shorter throw distances and eliminates dead spaces, and a 16-degree tilt which allows for images to be projected higher on the wall for better viewing anywhere in the room.

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The PowerLite 1835 also features connectivity options such as HDMI for high definition digital video and audio and USB Plug ‘n Play capability that allows users to transfers image, sound and mouse control via a single cable. It also supports PC-free Presentation that gives users access to USB memory devices; and optional wireless connection that support peer-to-peer presentations as well as advanced wireless networking. Another feature on the PowerLite 1835 allows users to connect the projector to a network via RJ45 or optional wireless LAN module and run EasyMP® software to remotely monitor and control the projector, and broadcast message to up to 1,024 networked Epson projectors and remote presentations on up to four remote projectors. Other features on the PowerLite 1835 include Crestron RoomView, Direct Power On and Off that allows users to power the projector with a flip of a wall switch; Instant On/Off® which helps users avoid delays when starting and finishing presentations. The projector can be up and running in five seconds; A/V Mute Slide which instantly turns off the sound and images for any pauses in presentation; built-in 16-watt speaker that provide sound and closed captioning decoder that support viewers with hearing impairments. The PowerLite 1835 is powered by an Epson’s E-TORL® lamp that supports a lamp life of up to 6,000 hours in economy mode. The projector is supported by the 3LCD Technology which deliver true-to-life color and detail for presentations. The Epson PowerLite 1835 will be available in March 2011.

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