Epson unveiled a new AIO printer today called the NX625. The new printer is a slick looking black unit that can print on both side of the paper and is aimed at home users and students. The NX625 has all sorts of nice features like the ability to produce two-sided pages at 7.6 ppm in black and 4.6 ppm in color.
Epson has a ton of projectors in its range that are aimed at users at home and in the business world. The company has announced a couple new projectors for small businesses looking for lower priced offerings that will fit a budget. The new projectors include the PowerLite 1220 and 1260. The main difference in the two projectors is the screen resolution.
I automatically think of printers when I hear the Epson name. Some Epson workers put the gobs of printers available at their company to the most awesome use of work time in history with the creation of a full size 1:1 replica of an Acura/Honda NSX Super GT race car from cardboard and paper.
Epson is big in the projector market and makes lots of its models specifically for education use in schools of all types. Most of these school focused projectors lack high-end tech favoring lower price rather than tons of features.
Epson has unveiled a couple cool items in the projection market today and offered up no pics of the screen for mobile types or the slick sounding VS400 projector to go along with the new gear. The projector is very interesting judging by its specs and packs in a lot of lumens at a budget price.
There are a lot of portable projectors on the market with a focus on the business user who travels a lot to give presentations. What we don’t hear much about are screens that are portable aimed at the same crown.
Epson makes projectors for various uses like education, home theater, and the boardroom. The company has announced a new projector aimed the education market but suitable for anyone wanting a reasonably price projector with decent features. The new projector is called the PowerLite S9.