FETC 2012: A Lot of Projector for a Little
Epson’s PowerLite 93+ may not be the cheapest projector around, but it is as great way to put a lesson on the screen for the class to see. That’s because the PL 93+ can put 2,600 lumens of light and includes such amenities as a network connection and a 16-watt speaker. The projector uses a trio of LCD panels to create 1,024 by 768 resolution and its lamp has been designed to run for up to 6,000 hours, reducing its operating expenses. It’ll go on sale this spring for $700.