November 23, 2009 | Posted At: 09:57 AM | Author: Brian Nadel | Category: Hardware
Small classrooms are hard to outfit with traditional projectors that need to be 15- or 20-feet from the screen to make an image large enough for the whole class to see. That’s where short-throw projectors, like Epson’s new PowerLite 450W and 460 come in. They have 2,500- and 3,000 lumens of light at their disposal and can be mounted only 18-inches away from the screen to get a 5-foot image. The PowerLite 450W and 460 sell for $1,500 and $1,700 and should be on sale by roughly February, 2010.
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