Bright Performance in a Widescreen WXGA Projector
The Epson VS350W delivers ultra bright high-definition widescreen performance in any setting. Its 16:10 format produces 30% more image area than a standard 4:3 projector, while 3LCD technology, 3700 lumens of color brightness and 3700 lumens of white brightness (light output)1 create brilliant color and razor-sharp detail that's sure to captivate any audience, even in large conference rooms. Set up in a flash with USB Plug 'n Play instant setup. Use the built-in 5-watt speaker to enhance your presentation. When you need to impress your audience and close the deal, the affordable VS350W gives you the functionality and quality to make it happen.
The Epson VS Projector Series
3-chip, 3LCD TechnologyYesYesYesYesYes
Color Brightness12600 lumens2600 lumens2600 lumens3700 lumens4000 lumens
White Brightness12600 lumens2600 lumens2600 lumens3700 lumens4000 lumens
USB Plug n'PlayYesYesYesYesYes
Note: Epson does not accept returns on refurbished items unless the product arrives defective, in which case, a replacement with the same model or equivalent will be sent.
Projection System: Epson 3LCD, 3-chip technology
Native Resolution: 1280 x 800 (WXGA)
Color Brightness: 3700 lumens
White Brightness: 3700 lumens1
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