Today at the TCEA, Epson unveiled the PowerLite X9 projector that is designed with education in-mind. The PowerLite X9 has some important features, which aim to offer versatile connectivity for school classrooms and other education environments.
Key features include 3LCD chip technology for more reliable performance and vibrant color, a compact design to fit into conference rooms or any classroom, vertical keystone correction and 1.2x optical zoom, and up to 5000-hour lamp life with the energy-efficient E-TORL lamp.
The 2500 lumens color and XGA resolution create a clear and crisp display, USB Plug ‘n Play for easy connectivity, and most importantly the PowerLite X9 comes with classroom-friendly features like AV Mute and Sleep Mode, Direct Power On / Off, and built-in closed captioning. You can see the full list of specs over at epson.com.
Epson has set a price of $599 for the PowerLite X9. If you do not need a projector designed for classrooms, and want something that can get close to walls, then check out the Sanyo PLC-WL2503.
What do you think about the PowerLite X9, and Epson projectors in general?