The new Epson 3LCD projectors EB-1430Wi series incorporates two models interactive, suitable for use in meeting rooms, video conferencing and classrooms. Teams that offer bright, crisp images to ultra short distance, thanks to its 3300 lumens and WXGA resolution.
Epson It has unveiled two new 3LCD projectors that inaugurated a new series that improve the experience and efficiency of professional meetings and business communication. The two models in the series EB-1430Wi (EB-1430Wi and EB-1420Wi) contain two interactive systems of ultra short distance to meeting rooms, including touch control, the latest innovation from the manufacturer in interactive projection.
The EB-1430Wi series features Imaging ultra short distance to meeting rooms, in addition to two pencils for interactive use. The new way of interactive use in hand-held mode allows participants view content and annotations, using different smart devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.), without the need for other applications. The annotation of images from several places made even easier collaborate in meetings between different offices, as for example in video conferencing.
With a brightness of 3300 lumens and WXGA resolution, both EB-1430Wi and the EB-1420Wi have two HDMI inputs, integrated 16W speakers and two interactive pencils. Equipped with 3LCD technology, Epson guarantees an emission of white light and just as high color to get bright images and intense colors.
Both projectors include the EasyMP software for monitoring and screening through the network, and from different computers, as well as the Epson application iProjection for devices with touch screen that allows you to share and show the content easily.
The EB-1430Wi adds interactivity via touch control that allows interactivity immediately using natural gestures and is perfect to quickly highlight a particular aspect. With technology of high precision and ease of use and configuration, touch control complements the use of the interactive pens. It works by using a curtain laser over the projected image that detects the interruption using one or more fingers.
"Since the submission of our technology of touch projection earlier this year, teachers and students have increased their capacity for collaboration in the classroom with the options of annotation, marking and writing over any image, slide, chart e" even video both touch as with interactive pencils. The touch function is very useful for work in collaboration and for brainstorming sessions, so include it in the projector's ultra short distance for meetings and meeting rooms,"explains José Pereira, product manager for Epson Ibérica.
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