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(1) B-STOCK BrightLink 485Wi
Make almost any wall or even tabletop interactive with the sleek and powerful BrightLink 485Wi projector. This high-performance, network-ready projector and interactive pens integrate interactive functionality into one machine without the constraints or expense of an interactive whiteboard. Annotate from any source directly on projected images sent over the network or on content from DVD/Blu-ray players and document cameras without the use of a computer. Plus, with dual pen support, two users can write simultaneously, making it easier than ever to actively engage your students in the curriculum. And, setup is easy with auto calibration and no PC driver to install2. The impressive ultra-short-throw projection of BrightLink 485Wi means you can project large, interactive, WXGA images up to 100" without shadow interference. Add versatile wall or table mounting options, HDMI connectivity, a built-in 16 W speaker and convenient microphone jack, and these fully loaded BrightLink projectors open the world to interactivity 3.0.
BrightLink also works with Promethean ActivInspire educational software, for creating engaging interactive lessons.
3x Brighter Colors with Epson*
Brilliant image quality requires high color brightness. Epson 3LCD projectors have 3x Brighter Colors than leading competitive projectors*. Delivering 3100 lumens of color brightness1 and 3100 lumens of white brightness1, the BrightLink 485Wi uses 3LCD, 3-chip technology for brilliant images with true-to-life color.
Understand the technology differences between BrightLink and other interactive projectors to better inform your buying decision.
Projector Bundles for Education
Value Bundle Comparison
BundlesProduct Code485WiWall MountTable Mount
485Wi + Wall MountV11H452520WYesYes
485Wi + Table MountV11H452520TYes Yes
Projection System: 3LCD, 3-chip technology
Native Resolution: 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Color Brightness: 3100 lumens1
White Brightness: 3100 lumens1
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