Epson claims Pro AV top slot for 6,000+ lumens projectors

posted on Thursday, 13th December 2018 by Steve May

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Epson is now the global leader for projectors above 6,000 lumens commanding a 31 per cent volume share, some 9 percentage points higher than its nearest rival. In addition, for the first time, the brand has now taken the lead as the ProAV market share leader in the UK with a 35 per cent volume share.

Across EMEAR, Epson now commands 34 per cent of the Pro AV market, an increase of 12 percentage points over the same period last year, with market share continuing to increase in 2018. .

Neil Colquhoun, vice president CISMEA and professional displays, Epson Europe, says: “I’m delighted with the latest market share figures. What is particularly pleasing is the number of new customers that we have engaged with who have moved to Epson from competitor brands and substitute technologies. Many of these customers have done so because they have seen how we have satisfied our existing customer base without whom we would not have the success we do.”

Globally, Epson has held the number one market share position for projectors for 17 successive years, boasting total global sales of projectors of 23.7 million since 2006.

“Our success is down to our continuous desire to improve by listening to our customers,” adds Colquhoun. “We have improved our product planning, and even our commercial approach, many times over the past few years based on this valuable customer insight.”

Epson is expected to launch its long-awaited L20000U 20,000 lumen WUXGA projector and L12000Q 12,000 lumen native 4k model, at ISE 2019.

Steve May

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

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