Epson PowerLite 1725
Released July, 2008
The Pros:Wireless connectivity. Affordable. 2-year limited warranty.
The Cons:Wireless is not internal - requires included external USB dongle. XGA resolution, not capable of HD media playback. No HDMI connection.
The Epson PowerLite 1725 is lightweight and ultra-portable multimedia projector designed to serve as the perfect choice, no matter where your presentations take you. A step up from the PowerLite 1720, the Epson PowerLite 1725 adds along a wireless 802.11a/b/g LAN module and a plethora of other interfaces, including component, composite, and s-video.
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Like its predecessor, the PowerLite 1725 features an energy-efficient E-TORL lamp that produces 3000 Lumens and can last up to 4000 hours. Additional features of the Epson PowerLite 1725 projector include Epson’s proprietary 3LCD technology for quality & color that’s beyond amazing, XGA (1024x768) resolution for vibrant images with precision color and detail, and unmatched durability both out in the field and in classrooms, sales presentations, and on stage. The Epson PowerLite 1725 retails for $1449.00 and comes with a 2 year limited warranty.
- Lightweight, Travel-Friendly
- Epson 3LCD Technology
- E-TORL Lamp
- XGA Resolution
- USB Interface
- Integrated Wireless
- Full-Time Color
- Digital Keystone Correction
- 2 Year Limited Warranty
- System: Epson 3LCD, 3-Chip Optical Engine
- Method: Front/Rear/Ceiling Mount
- LCD: Poly-Silicon TFT (1024x768)
- Lamp Life: 4000 hours
- Lens Zoom: 1.2x
- Screen Size: 30” to 300”
- Brightness: 3000 Lumens
- Contrast: 2000:1
- Weight: 3.96 Lbs
- Computer/component video:
- Mini D-sub HD 15 pin x 1
- S-video: Mini DIN x 1
- Composite video: RCA x 1
- Audio in: Mini stereo x 1 in or out user selectable
- Variable audio out: Mini stereo x 1 in or out user selectable USB connector: Type B x 1 (USB display with audio and mouse/keyboard control)
- Type A x 1 (for USB memory device)
- Wireless LAN module: 802.11 a/b/g
User Reviews (1)
wireless is not internal - requires included external USB dongle
XGA resolution, not capable of HD media playback
not worth the $150 premium over the PowerLite 1720 if wireless isn't required (only difference)
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