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(1) B-STOCK PowerLite 1750W
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Brilliant XGA Performance in a Slim, Portable Projector
Its sleek, lightweight design, XGA resolution and outstanding image quality make it easy for the Epson PowerLite 1750 to deliver brilliant presentations in the office or on the road. Offering the perfect combination of value and performance, the PowerLite 1750 features 2600 lumens color light output and 2600 lumens White Light output1 for great presentations every time. Weighing just 3.7 lb and just 1.7" tall, this ultraportable projector is ready to travel when you are! Connecting is simple, on a Mac or PC, with USB Plug 'n Play instant setup or use a USB memory device and deliver your presentation PC-free. Automatic vertical keystone correction makes setup easy. The PowerLite 1750 is also equipped with a long life UHE lamp that lasts up to 4000 hours1. So you get amazing performance, ease of use and brilliant output all from one ultra-thin projector.
The Epson Ultra Mobile Projector Series
Light Output - (Color/White)2600/26002600/26003000/30003000/3000
Weight3.7 lb3.7 lb3.7 lb3.8 lb
Auto Screen Fit---Yes
Wireless and Networking-OptionalOptionalIncluded
Quick-Connect Wireless via USB Key-Optional key and
card requiredOptional key and
Note: Epson does not accept returns on refurbished items except if product arrives defective, in which case, we will provide a replacement with the same model or equivalent.
Projection System: Epson 3LCD, 3-chip technology
Native Resolution: 1024 x 768 (XGA)
Brightness: 2600 lumens1
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