Part 1 of our video summary of the Epson BrightLink 595Wi interactive projector.
Check out the full review here
Epson BrightLink Pro 1430Wi (Part 1)
When the BrightLink Pro 1430Wi was the object of a full-length review, it received our Hot Product Award. The full review goes into all the details but here are a few basics.
Epson BrightLink Pro 1430Wi Highlights
- Very bright projector – 3300 white, and 3300 color lumens
- Impressive interactivity capabilities: tools, pens, multi-finger touch sensor, support from 3rd party interactive software programs, etc.
- Wired and Wireless networking, including Crestron RoomView support
- Sharp image with good focus uniformity, especially for a ultra short throw projector
- Ultra short throw design doesn’t “blind” the presenter/teacher/student
- Extensive selection of inputs and connectors
- Multiple color modes, most with very good to excellent color
- Speaker system capable of handling small and medium sized conference rooms
- Annotate over multiple sources like HDMI video, VGA and more
- Capture, Save and Print annotated documents, from remote, or Control Pad
- Excellent lamp life
- Advanced networking, both hardwired and Wifi (Wifi module plugs in)
- App support for iOS – iPhone, iPad devices, and Android
- Split screen capability (two images the same size, side by side, or one larger than the other. Is both MAC and PC compatible
- Excellent warranty and support programs
Epson BrightLink 595Wi Basic Specs
- Price: $2999
- Technology: 3LCD
- Native Resolution: WXGA (1280x800)
- Brightness (Manufacturer Claim): 3300 lumens
- Contrast: 10,000:1
- Lens Shift: No
- Lamp Life: Up to 4000 hours
- Weight: 12.2 lbs.
- Warranty: 2 years on projector, 90 days on lamp
From the Editor: This video was created as an overview of the original, full, in-depth projector review of the BrightLink Pro 1430Wi. It was directed and scripted by Lisa Feierman, and features Art Feierman, editor of ProjectorReviews.com
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