Epson providing laser interactive displays for education, corporate communication

Nov. 13, 2017

Epson has launched its BrightLink Pro 1470Ui and 710Ui interactive laser displays, as well as the PowerLite 700U ultra short throw 3LCD laser display. These displays are built to offer up to 20,000 hours of laser light source for corporate communication, education and digital signage applications, according to a press release.

The BrightLink 710Ui and Pro 1470Ui can integrate with any flat surface for use as an interacted digital whiteboard. The PowerLite 700U can display up to a 130-inch image in portrait or landscape mode. The displays all offer 4,000 lumens of color brightness and white brightness in HD.

"Epson is driving the future of laser displays and we will continue to provide unbeatable solutions for the best interactive and visual experience," Jason Meyer, senior product manager, projectors, Epson, said in the release. "We understand business and education marketplaces need big, bright images in high ambient-lit environments, along with virtually no maintenance and seamless connectivity to increase productivity. With the ability to combine 3LCD technology with a state of the art laser light source, Epson delivers brilliant, true-to-life color that is backed by decades of road-tested reliability."


Topics: Display Technology, Education / Schools, Hardware

Companies: Epson America Inc.


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