Epson EX5280, Pro EX720 and EX9230: New ultra-bright versatile projectors

Epson EX5280

For many professionals around the world, the way they do business has changed dramatically in the wake of the pandemic. In such conditions, tools and technologies that allow both entertainment and remote work become relevant, Epson rightly decided.

The world’s largest projector manufacturer has unveiled three new versatile models – Epson EX5280, Pro EX720 and EX9230. Optimized for a wide range of environments, these devices can wow the audience with a vibrant presentation and enjoy your favorite TV series after work.
or a video game.

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“The use of quality communication tools is critical to today’s hybrid work environment. The new EX Series models create large, vibrant projections and are versatile devices suitable for both strenuous work and quality entertainment, ”the company said.

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The ultra-bright EX5280, Pro EX7280 and EX9230 deliver up to 4,000 lumens of light output for crisp, detailed presentations and videos, even in well-lit rooms. These sleek and compact projectors are equally well suited for home offices and video conferencing rooms and are capable of producing images up to 7.6m in size using 3LCD 3-matrix technology. And the presence of HDMI ports allows you to connect to them set-top boxes like Apple TV or Chromecast to watch your favorite movies.

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Main characteristics

EX5280 Pro EX7280 EX9230
Brightness, lumens 3800 4,000 3,500
Resolution XGA WXGA Full HD 1080p
HDMI ports quantity one one 2
Optical zoom 1,2 1,2 1,2
Keystone Correction Automatic vertical with handle for horizontal correction
Built-in speaker 2 watts 2 watts 2 watts
Wi-Fi Yes
Price $ 629 $ 699 $ 949

 

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