Epson will attend Bett on 22-25 January in Hall N1-19, stand SD20, to reaffirm its commitment to education and to showcase the importance of its technologies for the modern classroom. Showcasing its portfolio of interactive projectors, Epson continues to offer schools an integrated classroom solution that can cut costs and energy consumption whilst increasing the interaction of its students. BETT will see the public debut of Epson’s latest interactive laser projector, the EB-1485FI, showing off its combined projection (DuoLink) with built-in edge blending. The EB-1485Fi delivers impactful sessions with a multi-touch display of up to 100” (16:9 standalone), up to 120” (wide display – 16:6) or 155” using Epson’s DuoLink feature where two Epson interactive displays can be combined as one display using edge blending to offer one large agile working space – perfect for any user looking to transform their digital experience with Epson.
Display size matters
58% of students cannot read all content displayed on a 70-inch flat-panel screen (TVs, whiteboards, blackboards), but 79% of teachers are still them in the classroom. The lower cost per inch of a projector compared with a TV, married with the multi-touch display capabilities of Epson’s ultra-short throw projectors, allows teachers to maintain the attention and collaboration levels of the class without breaking the bank. The new EB-1485FI can project up to 120 inches by itself – giving a 16:9 aspect ratio – or one single display of 155 inches when paired with a second unit. Epson’s interactive projectors can be used for up to 20,000 hours with any maintenance and come with a five-year warranty.
Those visiting the Epson stand to speak with one of its product experts can receive an exclusive 50% discount code for the new EB-1485Fi. More information can be found on the Epson website.
Craig Blurton, end user sales manager for education at Epson UK, says: “Our experiences working closely with schools up and down the country is that the hard work from teachers in preparing and delivering their curriculums is so often squandered due to inadequate display sizes in the classroom. A projector can be displayed onto a whiteboard and switched off when not in use. It doesn’t need to be wheeled in front of the class so they can see the screen properly and it won’t monopolise their attention. A projector gives teachers the full flexibility to conduct their class in the most effective ways possible, and it’s so easy to use that a child could use it (which they do).”