Epson previews first 25,000lm laser projector at ISE 2016, looks to dominate the pro installation market

posted on Tuesday, 9th February 2016 by Steve May

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Epson is previewing the world’s first 25,000 lumens laser projector at ISE 2016. The new EB-L25000U (pictured above) will head up an extensive range of new models aimed at the pro AV installation market. Target users include corporations, education and visitor attractions, as well as rental and digital signage. The roll-out delivers on the brand's promise, made last year in London, to both beef up its B2B offerings and make it's biggest comittement to ISE to date.

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While product specifics have not been released, the incoming EB-L25000U is said to represent “the culmination of extensive research, development and testing”  by the brand. It’s expected to start shipping ”late 2016.”

The entire EB-L1000U series (which includes the EB-L1500U, EB-L1505U, EB-L1405U, EB-L1300U, EB-L1200U and EB-L1100U) feature laser imaging technology said to require “almost no maintenance,” and offer Full HD resolution with 4K upsclaing. The EB-L1300U, EB-L1200U, EB-L1100U, EB-L1405U will be available from July and the EB-L1500U and EB-L1505U from October. A 5-year, 20,000hr warranty is standard.
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Alongside its new laser models, Epson is showing ISE attendees the EB-G7000 (EB-G7800, EB-G7200W, EB-G7000W,  EB-G7905U, EB-G7900U, EB-G7400U) lamp-based range, for boardrooms, lecture theatres and large classrooms. Products are expected to ship from May.

“Both of these new ranges - as well as the upcoming 25,000lm product - will help establish Epson as a top player in the installation market, “ predicts Daniel Rose, Product Manager for Epson Europe. “All models feature our 3LCD technology and 4K enhancement. Not only this, but a new range of motorised lenses including optional ultra-short throw lens, gives the products true 360? installation flexibility, allowing them to be placed virtually anywhere without loss of brightness or distortion of image.”

Visitors to the Epson booth at ISE 2016 will also see 3D mapping across an F1 car, and a 7,000lm WUXGA projector in a shootout with competitors. 

Also read:
Epson points to B2B future with 50m euro investment in Europe 
Epson gears up biggest ISE yet, confirms native 4K projector

For more stories about the Epson range of commercial and home cinema projectors, visit our partner page here. For more from ISE 2016, visit out resource page here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and Ideal Home (amongst others).

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