A short 4-minute video overview of the Epson PowerLite 1985WU projector.
Check out the full review here
Epson PowerLite 1985WU Projector
When the Epson PowerLite 1985WU 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 PowerLite Pro G6900WU Highlights
- Wide range Zoom lens
- WiDi, and Miracast (see Special Features section), screen mirroring
- MHL on HDMI for streaming from MHL compatible devices
- Split Screen (two sources)
- Auto Fit let’s the projector resize the image to fit your screen
- DICOM simulation for observing medical films such as X-rays, CAT scans, etc., meeting training level display requirements
- Wireless and advanced Wired networking, including remote monitoring, push notifications…
- Moderator and PC Free – connect with up t0 50 devices, display up to 4 simultaneously for real collaboration
- 2 year warranty with two years of rapid replacement program
Epson PowerLite 1985WU Specifications
- Price: $1999
- Technology: 3LCD
- Native Resolution: 1920x1200
- Brightness (Manufacturer Claim): 4800 lumens
- Contrast: 10000:1
- Zoom Lens Ratio: 1.63:1
- Lens Shift: No
- Lamp Life: 3000 hours
- Weight: 10.2 lbs.
- Warranty: 2 years overnight replacement
From the Editor: This video was created as an overview of the original, full, in-depth projector review of the PowerLite 1985WU. It was directed and scripted by Lisa Feierman, and features Art Feierman, editor of ProjectorReviews.com
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