Epson has unveiled three new projectors that are aimed at education use. The new projectors all fall into the D6000 series and include the PowerLite D6150, D6155W, and D6250. The projectors have filters good for up to 10,000 hours and lamps good for up to 5000 hours making them cheaper to own over the life of the projector.
The D6150 has 3500 lumens of light output and its resolution is XGA. The D6155W has the same 3500 lumen brightness rating and WXGA resolution. The D6250 is brighter with 4000 lumens and XGA resolution.
The line shares the same basic features with HDMI connectivity, USB plug and play image transfers, and sound and mouse control with a single cable. The projectors can do split screen side-by-side images and can be networked with wired or optional wireless connectivity. The three projectors also use 3LCD tech. the 6150 will sell for $1649, the 6155W will sell for $1799, and the D6250 will sell for $1799 with all shipping in April.