Epson releases EB-1450Ui ultra-short throw projector

The Epson EB-1450Ui ultra-short throw projector comes packed with smart innovative features, bringing enhanced collaboration and productivity for corporate or education environments. Features include interactive whiteboard sharing, multi-location interactivity and remote desktop connectivity amongst others.

Offering a dynamic interactive experience with an in-built 50-page digital interactive whiteboard that comes with enhanced sharing features, the EB-1450Ui enables up to 15 laptops and mobile devices within the network to view and co-create live drawings and images in real time for active collaboration. Users can scan a QR code to join, and easily access the shared whiteboard via their device’s web browsers.

With the PC-less interactive functionality feature, users can write on any image projected from a non-PC source such as smart devices, document camera or Blu-ray player. Photo slide shows can also be loaded from a USB memory key in PC-free mode. Drawings on images can be conveniently shared through email, printed or saved to a PC or network drive after the meeting.

The EB-1450Ui projector delivers a dynamic viewing experience with WUXGA beyond Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1200, and an increased brightness of 3,800 lumens. The projector comes with longer lamp life of 5,000 hours in standard mode and 10,000 hours in Eco mode.

The projector supports seamless interactivity across dual screens. Two projectors can be paired side by side to create an ultra-wide interactive screen of up to 177-inch for the classroom or boardroom, for a larger-than-life interactive presentation. Each projector supports up to 100-inch screen size, which is much bigger than typical flat panels.

With Microsoft Office Ink, users can write or draw on Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel or Word documents when connected to a PC, and the annotations can be conveniently saved in Microsoft Office file formats.

The EB-1450Ui brings advanced connectivity for ease of presentation. The Multi-PC Projection software enables up to 50 laptops and mobile devices to connect to a single projector. A host moderator PC can choose to project up to 4 screens from connected users at the same time for sharing of content in a classroom or meeting room. Users can also make use of Microsoft Remote Desktop connectivity of the projectors to conveniently access remote PCs in other locations and project content from them.

The projector also comes with multiple connectivity options, including two HDMI ports, one of them MHL-enabled for mirroring of Android mobile devices using MHL cable. It also comes with in-built Wi-Fi connectivity, enabling users to easily project images, documents and files from Andriod, iOS smart devices or laptops directly using Epson’s iProjection app.

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