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Epson to showcase laser display at InfoComm

DUBAI, 14 days ago

Epson, a leading projector brand worldwide, will introduce laser projectors at the upcoming InfoComm MEA 2017, a top regional professional audio-visual ICT show in Dubai, UAE.

The event takes place from Dec 5-7 at Dubai World Trade Centre.

Three new models are being introduced at the show - EB700U,Epson's first ultra-short throw laser signage projector;EH-LS10500,the laser projector with HDR, 4K enhancement, UHD BD support and 3LCD reflective technology, for vivid colours and absolute blacks; and EB-L1755U, the extremely bright 15,000-lumen WUXGA 3LCD laser projector, offering outstanding fit and reliability with 4K enhancement technology.

The company will also share details of its first Epson Pro-AV Academy in the region which will be officially launched at the show.

Jason Whiley, director of sales, Epson Middle East, said: “Laser is the future of large display technology, and we are seeing a strong demand for our projectors in the Middle East. With our 3LCD technology we are able to provide collaborative experiences, stunning image quality and bright colours, all with virtually no maintenance time.

“InfoComm is the largest most exciting event for the Pro-AV industry in the region and it is the perfect platform to launch our new products.  We will also formally announce the launch of our Pro-AV Academy for the region at the show. It will enable sales and engineering professionals to discover the latest installation AV technologies as well as Epson's market-leading projectors, and learn the skills to fit, maintain and manage them.”

The training will be available at both specialist and expert level, delivered by Epson’s approved local instructors at their newly opened experience centre in DAFZA, Dubai.

Visitors to Epson’s stand can experience the bright and powerful projection of EB700U that allows the projection of information or video exactly where they're needed, and it can be installed almost anywhere with no need for maintenance. The EB-700U is an affordable display solution and thanks to laser technology there are no lamps to replace, and its inorganic panel and phosphor display wheel are so reliable that Epson offers an up to five-year/20,000-hour warranty, a statement said.

A large image size of up to 130 inches combines with a bright, sharp 4,000-lumen WUXGA resolution to offer a great ultra-short-throw signage solution. It is ideal for museums and galleries wanting to use striking projection as part of exhibits, or display visitor information that changes regularly.

Home cinema enthusiasts, on the other hand, can experience the very best in projector technology with the EH-LS10500. Contrast and colour are taken care of with a dual laser light source delivering the widest colour gamut and Absolute Blacks. Epson’s 3LCD reflective technology presents high contrast ratios, a high aperture for silky smooth images and high-speed motion response for crisp pictures in fast motion scenes. Reducing maintenance, the use of laser technology means that this model has a long-life of 30,000 hours in Eco mode.

Audio-Visual professionals can also enjoy the high resolution WUXGA images of EB-L1755Udesigned for larger venues. Its images are vivid and bright, even in daylight, while inorganic phosphor wheel technology provides superior light and heat resistance to deliver excellent reliability that lasts for up to 83,000 hours and delivers bright 15,000-lumen WUXGA performance. The EB-L1755U installation laser projector is ideally suited to large rooms and venues. With flexible installation and low maintenance, this 4K-enhanced projector offers a perfect solution for scenarios where only maximum performance and durability will do.

Also on display will be Epson’s EB-L25000U, the world’s First 3LCD laser projector with 25,000 lumens plus 4K Enhancement. It is designed for dynamic, high-impact live productions. – TradeArabia News Service




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