Epson Astounds with New Imaging Products
Epson’s Intelligent Imaging Showcase Introduces New Projectors and Printers
Epson held its Intelligent Imaging showcase that introduced its new range of products, which include installation-based projectors, 3D Full HD home entertainment projectors, and its new labeling solutions.
The newly launched EB-G6000 series is designed to be installed in large and bright venues, offering a high brightness rating of 5200 to 7000 lumens and are capable of producing clear, bright projections with equally high color brightness, thanks to Epson’s 3LCD technology.
Besides that, Epson also introduced its top-of-the-line 3D home theater projector, the EHTW8200. This machine is capable of producing ultra-bright 3D images at an extremely high contrast ratio of 600,000:1 ratio for richer blacks in movie content. At the other end of the spectrum, Epson also revealed the EH-TW5200, an affordable high quality 3D home theater projector that is capable of projecting Full HD (1080p) resolution videos with its 480Hz 3D drive technology.
Other than projectors, Epson also showcased its line of labeling printers, including the TM-C3510. This printer is designed to meet the needs of manufacturers in producing labels for high mix, low volume applications, which require multiple label variations. The printer is also capable of producing color print labels, allowing for easier identification. Also making an appearance at the event was Epson’s GP-C830, the world’s first tractor-fed business inkjet printer, which produces durable prints that can withstand demanding conditions.
Epson TM-C3510 label printer.
Epson EB-G6900 projector.