B-STOCK PowerLite 450W in excellent condition.
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(1) B-STOCK PowerLite 450W
The Epson PowerLite 450W ultra-short-throw projector offers amazing widescreen performance, making it easy to create larger-than-life lessons. Project 80" images from just 24" away. Save valuable classroom space and avoid shadow interference with this smart presentation tool. Ideal for wall-mount installations and use with interactive whiteboards, the PowerLite 450W offers innovative communication tools, including a built-in 10 W speaker, closed captioning decoder and the ability to deliver content over the network. With versatile connectivity features and optional wireless capabilities, it offers the ultimate choice in powerful presentation solutions.
Projection System: Epson 3LCD, 3-chip optical engine
Native Resolution: 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Brightness: 2500 lumens1
Product Guides & Additional Information:
PowerLite 450W Specifications Sheet (PDF)
Networking and Technology Tool Guide (PDF)
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