Epson’s New Business Projectors, Keeping Customers Engaged And Informed

Epson’s New Business Projectors, Keeping Customers Engaged And Informed

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Epson, the number one projector brand worldwide, launches EB-U50 and EB-W50 business projectors. These new projectors offer an innovative and cost-effective digital signage solutions which may be used to disseminate health and safety information’s which is vital now that we are experiencing a pandemic.

EB-U50 and EB-W50 are equipped with automatic adjustments for its brightness and drive voltage, customizable color and shape filters, and new electrostatic air filter, which can help preserve the projectors’ lamp life and make it have a longer optical compartment.

The projectors also have a new optional mount with a ball joint design, allowing for a variety of flexible installation options. Users may also control up to 16 projectors at a time using the remote ID function and enjoy a wide range of controls, including scheduling and editing playlists, and converting movie formats through the Epson Content Manager software.

Epson’s EB-U50 and EB-W50 projectors can easily adapt to various display themes and requirements because it offers a wide variety of features.

The EB-U50 is priced at Php62,790 SRP and the EB-W50 is priced at Php58,290 SRP. Both products are available at Epson’s authorized dealer stores nationwide.

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