Epson PowerLite 85
Released May, 2009
The Pros:Easy setup, plugs in and turns on quickly and easily. Usage is very intuitive, not a lot of configuration needed. Picture quality is detailed, makes text easy to read.
The Epson PowerLite 85 is the second of four super-efficient and high-powered multimedia projectors released in May of 2009. It is optimized for the classroom with a plethora of features that make it easy to use, inexpensive to operate, and extremely effective for teachers and students alike.
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A step up from the PowerLite 84, the Epson PowerLite 85 adds along an RJ-45 port for LAN connectivity, EMP Monitor Software for utilizing the projector as a ‘broadcast system’, and an optional Quick Wireless Connection USB Key for WiFi connectivity. Like its peer, the Epson PowerLite 85 projecter features Epson’s E-TORL lamp technology with an extended 6000 hour life and 2600 luminosity (Lumens), USB plug n’ play connectivity for easy PC setup, and a dedicated microphone input along with an internal 10W speaker for easy broadcasting throughout a large room. The Epson PowerLite 85 retails for $899.00 and comes with a 2 year limited warranty.
- Super-Efficient, High-Powered
- Epson 3LCD Technology
- E-TORL Lamp
- XGA Resolution
- USB Interface
- LAN Connectivity
- Wireless Connection Key (Optional)
- Automatic Keystone Correction
- Versatile Presentation Modes
- 2 Year Limited Warranty
- System: Epson 3LCD, 3-Chip Optical Engine
- Method: Front/Rear/Ceiling Mount
- Driving Method: Epson Poly-silicon TFT Active Matrix
- Native Resolution: XGA(1024x768)
- Lamp Life: 6000 hours
- Lens Zoom: 1.6x
- Screen Size: 30” to 300”
- Brightness: 2200 Lumens
User Reviews (1)
easy setup, plugs in and turns on quickly and easily
usage is very intuitive, not a lot of configuration needed
picture quality is detailed, makes text easy to read
reliable operation, can be transported to different venues and be depended on to work consistently
remote gives you as much control over the device as you'll need
bright enough that it can handle some ambient light
turns on/off quickly, don't have to wait for a long warmup time
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