Thursday, 11 April 2013

Epson Powerlite 1716 Digital Projector

My experience with the office projector has been somewhat of a mixed
bag. Having a projector in your office is definitely a good thing when
you need to give a presentation to a large group of people that are
turned on by graphics and slide animations. Having a projector in your
office can also be a bad thing, especially when they stop working,
produce migraine-inducing blurry and distorted graphics, and kick out
thousands of BTUs of heat as they sit across from you on the conference
room table. Let's just say a good projector is an asset and more
companies should spend the money to get a good one. The latest
office-friendly projector from Epson, the PowerLite 1716, sports
high-end features and a low-end price tag.
The Epson Powerlite 1716 is the latest addition to their already
successful PowerLite 1700 series of portable business projectors. Coming
in at less than four pounds, the PowerLite 1716 multimedia projector
offers a range of user-friendly features along with XGA resolution and
2,700 lumens color light output and white light output that should make
it a welcome addition to almost any office setting. If you don't have
access to your computer, no worries. The PowerLite 1716 accepts USB
storage devices directly for presentation without your PC.
Epson has designed the 1716 as an affordable and portable projector
solution targeted directly at its business and education customers. The
PowerLite 1716 offers USB Plug-and-Play for easy set-up and enables you
to simultaneously display images and play audio on both your computer
and the projector screen. In addition, the PowerLite 1716 offers
optional wireless add-ons like its EasyMP wireless module for delivering
monitoring and control, virtual remote control, closed captioning, and
presentation via IP network capabilities. You can also get a wireless
dongle called the Quick Connect Wireless USB Key so you can connect your
PC and the projector without cables running all over the place.
The Epson PowerLite 1716 projector is expected to hit retailers sometime
in October with a retail price of $999. For more information on the new
PowerLite 1716 projector and the complete line of Epson products visit
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