Epson EB-710Ui Laser Ultra Short Throw Projector
Epson EB-710Ui Product Features
- Peace of mind and reduced costs: Maintenance-free laser technology delivers longer life and peace of mind
- Up to 100-inch superb laser display: Full HD WUXGA resolution with Epson’s 3LCD technology
- Hassle-free lessons: Ease of connectivity and simple set-up
- Increase integration and collaboration: Share content from a range of devices simultaneously
- Split screen: Two displays in one – project images from different sources simultaneously
Eliminate the hassle and costs of maintenance with this interactive ultra-short-throw laser display solution, delivering collaborative lessons on a large scalable display to promote greater sharing and participation in the classroom. Featuring dual-pen and finger-touch interactive capability, Full HD WUXGA resolution, the ability to share two sources on one display, and optional wireless connectivity.
Bring the classroom to life with a scalable image up to 100 inches
Ensure students can read everything on the screen with this large scalable laser display, combining Full HD WUXGA resolution and 4,000 lumens of brightness. Epson’s 3LCD technology delivers equally-high white and colour light output (CLO).
Ease of connectivity and simple set-up enables lessons to get underway without delay. Auto Power On starts up the device when a cable connection is detected. HDMI connectivity also means that students benefit from clearer, sharper content, and a 16W integrated speaker and microphone input remove the need for additional audio installation.
Wireless connectivity via an optional USB dongle makes it easy to connect a range of mobile devices using Epson’s iProjection app1. Multi-PC projection software allows teachers and students to share content simultaneously. The moderator function allows teachers to remain in control, choosing what student content to display, including collaboration with laptops and mobile devices using whiteboard annotation. Dual-pen and finger-touch allow teachers and students to annotate directly onto the screen.
Display content from two sources simultaneously, such as a lesson plan and live feed from a document camera, without needing two separate display devices.