Designed for today’s BYOD classroom, the Epson EB-685W takes classroom collaboration further. Offering 3x Higher Colour Brightness1 than competitive models, Epson® 3LCD projectors and displays ensure bright, vivid images. It features optional wireless functionality (module sold separately) and advanced connectivity, so teachers can easily share content from multiple student devices, including Chromebooks — up to four at once with Moderator software2. Plus, its lamp lasts up to 10,000 hours in ECO Mode.
All Epson projectors are based on 3-chip LCD technology for amazing colour, incredible detail and solid reliability. 3LCD’s 3-chip architecture dedicates an entire chip to process each primary colour – red, green and blue, continuously. Unlike single-chip technology that delivers colour sequentially, you get full-time colour. The result is vibrant, realistic images and video all delivered with 3LCD’s true-to-life colour.
With brightness up to 3,500 lumens, the screen is easily viewed from anywhere in the classroom, even without dimming the lights.
Ensure every student in the classroom can easily read and understand the information you’re sharing. Offering clear, easy-to-see images up to 100″, Epson displays help students learn and retain information, regardless of where they sit.
Epson iProjection is the wireless display solution for today’s BYOD classrooms. With true multi-platform support, students can wirelessly display content from Chromebooks, PCs and Mac®computers, as well as iOS and Android devices.
When used in conjunction with Epson Multi-PC projection plus Moderator device management software4, up to 50 users can connect to the projector simultaneously, displaying content from as many as four at a time. It’s the perfect tool for displaying a variety of content — or for comparing students’ work side by side.
Featuring native resolution of WXGA (1280 x 800), the Epson EB-600 series delivers high quality images and crisp, sharp text without any distortion.
Clear images can be seen from any angle with no limitations of reflective glare. Projected images also allow you to get closer to the image without straining your eyes.