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(1) BrightLink 425Wi
For wall-mounted installations (mount included), the budget-friendly BrightLink 425Wi interactive projector turns ordinary dry-erase boards or plain walls into an interactive learning center at a fraction of the cost of traditional whiteboard systems. Bright and ultra flexible, these feature-rich performers shine with a dazzling 2500 lumens of color brightness and 2500 lumens of white brightness (light output)1, creating an interactive area up to 113". And, because it is short-throw, it is easy to create traditional 87" whiteboard-sized images from as close as three feet away, greatly reducing shadowing and glare. Attach to the network to unleash the power of remote management and monitoring, as well as the ability to deliver both image and audio content over the LAN. Add the included wall mount, interactive module pens, HDMI connectivity, built-in 16 W speaker, and convenient microphone jack, and it's easy to see how the BrightLink 425Wi short-throw interactive projector shines with unsurpassed value.
Understand the technology differences between BrightLink and other interactive projectors to better inform your buying decision.
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: RGB liquid crystal shutter
Native Resolution: 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Color Brightness: 2500 lumens
White Brightness: 2500 lumens1
Product Guides & Additional Information:
BrightLink Interactive Projector Line Brochure (PDF)
Networking and Technology Tool Guide (PDF)
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