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No items found Epson Powerlite W Projector Overview The Powerlite W is an extremely portable projector in a class often referred to as micro-portable. Weighing in just under four pounds, it is also very small, with a footprint about the same size as a standard sheet of paper.
Of particular note, the Powerlite W is a widescreen projector. Over recent years, more and more computers led by laptops are widescreen. Because of that, we are finally seeing a significant selection of widescreen projectors to match up with them.
While the W is highly portable, being both small and light, it is also an extremely versatile projector, and as a result, it will appeal to many businesses, government agencies and schools as a low cost, rather bright projector for permanent installation.
This is thanks to the lamp door being located on the top of this Epson projector, rather than on the bottom where mounts attach , which is where most portable projectors put their lamp door. The W also has a black case, whereas the W comes in white.
This Epson Powerlite W shares most of the features found on the Powerlite W, except for those relating to networking. You will find that the links above will take you to the appropriate sections of the W projector review. Please use your Back button to return to this page. Interfacing on the W is both versatile and easy.
The top of the line Powerlite W scored highly in many areas of use and performance. We expect all of those strengths to be shared by the Powerlite W. Please use the links to learn more about the common features and performance. You May Also Like.
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