Epson launched two new series of high brightness projectors today. They are the EB-4000 series of projectors, offering customers the widest range of bright projectors rated 4000 lumens and above, and the high brightness G6000 series, designed for use in large or bright venues, with some models in the range being among the world’s first projectors to feature the long awaited HDBaseT interface.
Featuring brightness ratings between 4000 to 5200 lumens, the new EB-4000 series models fill the gap between the Epson EB-1900 series (4200 to 5000 lumens) and higher end EB-G6000 series (5200 to 7000 lumens and with interchangeable lenses).
Like the Epson EB-G6000 series, the EB-4000 projectors also feature cinema technology from Epson’s home theaters. The new Epson EB-4000 series projectors are composed of five models with different combinations of brightness ratings, resolutions and features:
|White and Color Brightness||Resolution||Price in S$|
|Epson EB-4550||4500lm||XGA (1024 x 768)||3,099|
|Epson EB-4650||5200lm||XGA (1024 x 768)||3,699|
|Epson EB-4750W||4200lm||WXGA (1280 x 800)||3,699|
|Epson EB-4850WU||4000lm||WUXGA (1920 x 1200)||5,399|
|Epson EB-4950WU||4500lm||WUXGA (1920 x 1200)||5,999|
Offering brightness ratings of 5200 to 7000 lumens, they are the first projectors in this range to feature Epson’s renowned home theatre projection technologies that greatly improve contrast, resolution, and video motion, and enable them to produce the best movie quality in their class. The new Epson G6000 series projectors are composed of six models with different combinations of brightness ratings, resolutions and features:-
|Brightness and CLO (Color Light Output) rating||Resolution||Price in S$|
|Epson EB-G6150||6500lm||XGA (1024 x 768)||6,399|
|Epson EB-G6800||7000lm||XGA (1024 x 768)||7,599|
|Epson EB-G6050W||5500lm||WXGA (1280 x 800)||6,299|
|Epson EB-G6250W||6500lm||WXGA (1280 x 800)||7,299|
|Epson EB-G6550WU||5200lm||WUXGA (1920 x 1200)||7,299|
|Epson EB-G6900WU||6000lm||WUXGA (1920 x 1200)||8,699|
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