Epson PowerLite 1781W WXGA, 3,200 lumens color brightness (color light output), 3,200 lumens white brightness wireless 3LCD Portable Projector
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Deliver widescreen presentations in the office or on the road with the ultra slim Power Lite 1781W wireless projector, featuring easy image adjustments. This thin 4 lb. model provides 3,200 lumens of color brightness and 3,200 lumens of white brightness plus WXGA resolution for HD-quality content. Offering 3x Higher Color Brightness than competitive models, Epson 3LCD projectors ensure vivid presentations. Featuring the latest in connectivity, the 1781W can wirelessly display content from your tablet or smartphone. You can even share HD videos using your streaming device. The 1781W supports Chromecast, Roku and MHL-enabled devices. And, auto horizontal/vertical keystone correction facilitate simple setup.
Most helpful customer reviews
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful.
Creates Fantastic Viewing Experience
I wanted a bright, full screen projection for seminar participants. The Epson PowerLite 1771W fulfilled all my expectations. It's small and compact for a road warrior, and wonderful to view. As I walked down the hall and looked into conference rooms during PMI Mega SeminarsWorld, most screens were partly filled and dull. Our room was in marked contrast with a beautiful display.
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful.
Worth the purchase. Just remember that you dont get great speakers or audio out jack.
It truly is a great projector. The weight, size, dimensions, the whole bit. The bag, remote, cables. Just really worth every penny. I didn't give it a fifth star for two reasons. It automatically transfers the audio to the projector when you use the hdmi cable and the speaker is worse than a laptop speaker, I mean it works and its decent, just not good for quiet moments in movies or presentations. Second, when you use USB instead of hdmi, even in presentations, theres choppy lag. So make sure to use the hdmi cable and go through your computer settings to disable other devices from rerouting the sound from your computer to another device. Once you disable that, your laptop speakers will carry the sound or whatever speakers you have hooked up to them. :)
Really odd that the manufacturer didn't make the audio jack that is on the projector and audio out. Instead its an audio in, considering the mild loudness of the built in speakers.
29 of 29 people found the following review helpful.
By Philip Branson
Truly portable. Bright enough for good presentations in normal office light. Fits in my laptop bag with my laptop. Simple USB connection. Plugged it in, turned it on and was immediately ready to go. Same quality and brightness as much larger units. Just over 1" thick. Lens cover slides back, stays in the case.