PowerLite 1700 Series by Epson

12/17/2010 |

PowerLite 1700 Series by Epson

The PowerLite 1700 series by Epson is a display solution ideal for mobile professionals and corporations. A wide array of lumens options are available to suit the user's needs, ranging from 2,600 lumens to 3,000 lumens. The PowerLite 1700 series offers a wide range of benefits for the mobile professional:

  • USB Plug 'n Play: Instantly projects images from either a Windows® PC or Mac via a USB connection, allowing for easier set up and eliminating the hassle of dealing with bulky VGA cables and toggling between computer keys
  • PC-Free Presentations: Offers convenient connectivity with USB memory devices such as a thumb drive for easily viewing and sharing pictures without a computer
  • Quick-Connect Wireless USB key: Included with the PowerLite 1775W and optional with the PowerLite 1770W and 1760W, easy plug and play wireless presentations are possible by simply inserting the wireless USB Key into the projector (first time setup only) and then into the PC; the USB Key automatically creates an ad-hoc wireless connection to the projector for instantaneous use and can be shared between computers for multiple presenters
  • Wireless Networking: Included on the PowerLite 1775W and optional on the PowerLite1760W and 1770W, allows for wireless presentations with audio using the 802.11 b/g/n module via a PC or Mac
  • HDMI Connectivity: The PowerLite 1760W, 1770W and 1775W include an all-digital HDMI connection for high quality video and digital audio
  • Horizontal Keystone Correction: Squares the image even if the projector is placed off-center from the screen – all four models feature automatic vertical keystone correction, the PowerLite 1750, 1760W and 1770W have manual horizontal keystone correction, and the PowerLite 1775W adds automatic horizontal keystone correction
  • Screen Fit: The PowerLite 1775W automatically adjusts keystone and focus to fill the screen size that is being used
  • Positioning Flexibility: 1.2x zoom requires a shorter throw distance, allowing for the projection of large images in smaller rooms; a 60-inch image can be projected from a distance of approximately four feet away

For more information on the PowerLite 1700-series, visit http://www.epson.com/projectors.


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