B-STOCK PowerLite X12 with 2 year factory warranty.
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(1) PowerLite X12
Featuring XGA resolution, 2800 lumens of color brightness and 2800 lumens of white brightness (light output)1, the PowerLite X12 produces crisp, bright presentations in any classroom or conference room, all at an affordable price. Thanks to HDMI digital connectivity, you can connect to the latest laptops and media players for high-quality audio and video with just one Cable. Use 3-in-1 USB Plug 'n Play instant setup and easy-slide horizontal keystone correction to get your PowerLite X12 up and running quickly. Present PC-free slideshows or connect to an Epson DC-06 document camera for added versatility. Closed captioning is included as well. The PowerLite X12 has all the tools you need for bright, engaging classroom presentations.
Note: Epson does not accept returns on Clearance Center items, unless the product arrives defective, in which case, a replacement with the same model or equivalent will be sent.
Projection System: 3LCD, 3-chip technology
Native Resolution: 1024 x 768 (XGA)
Color Brightness: 2800 lumens
White Brightness: 2800 lumens1
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