Epson is big in the projector market and makes offerings for the home, office, and other settings. The company has added three new projectors to its G series today that include the G5550NL, G5650WNL, and the G5950NL projectors each with each offering more than 4500 lumens for professional installation markets. The projectors are aimed at medium to large meeting rooms and spaces in corporate, education, and other environments.
All three of the new projectors have C2fine Technology for advanced vertical alignment and deeper blacks. The offerings also have DICOM simulation Mode to reproduce medical images for training. Other features include six-axis color adjustment, and advanced sharpness as well as test patterns.
The projectors also have split screen functionality, multiple-PC projection compatibility, and monitor and control over LAN features. The projectors can also handle network content and have connectivity that includes HDMI, dual VGA ports, dual audio inputs, and USB. The new projectors will replace the three current PowerLite projectors. The G5650WNL will sell for $3599, the G5950NL will sell for $3599 and the G5550NL will be $3149. The latter will ship in January with the two other projectors shipping next month.