Home Cinema 1440 HD PowerLIte HC 3500 HD Home Cinema 3000 PowerLite HC 2040 PowerLite HC 1040 PowerLite HC 740 HD Colour Brightness 4400 Lumens 2500 Lumens 2300 Lumens 2200 Lumens 3000 Lumens 3000 Lumens White Brightness 4400 Lumens 2500 Lumens 2300 Lumens 2200 Lumens 3000 Lumens 3000 Lumens 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p 1080p 720p Up to 10,000:1 Up to 60,000:1 Up to 60,000:1 Up to 35,000:1 Up to 15,000:1 Up to 15,000:1 16 W Mono 10 W Mono 2 W Mono 5 W Mono 2 W Mono 2 W Mono 2 ports including 1 MHL 2 ports 2 ports 2 ports 2 ports 1 port 16:10 16:9 16:9 16:9 16:10 16:10 Features Resolution Contrast Ratio Speakers HDMI Aspect Ratio How to Choose a Business Projector If you are looking to buy a new projector for your business, the image you project on the screen should make a great 1 impression on your audience. Epson Business Projectors, with 3-chip, 3LCD technology, have 3x Brighter Colours than leading 1-chip DLP projectors 1. Plus, a recent study found 1 that 9 out of 10 people prefer images from Epson 3LCD projectors.* To help you choose the right projector, here are the most important features to look for. Colour Brightness When comparing projector speciﬁcations, look for two lumen speciﬁcations – one for colour brightness and one for white brightness. If you only see one lumen rating, it is typically referring only to the white brightness of the projector. The actual brightness of colour may be as little as one-third of the lumens stated. Epson 3LCD Projector High colour and high white brightness 1-chip DLP Projector Colour brightness signiﬁcantly lower than white brightness Actual photographs of projected images from an identical signal source. Price, resolution and white brightness are similar for both projectors (Epson 3LCD and 1-chip DLP competitor). Both projectors are set to their brightest mode. Resolution The higher the resolution, the sharper the image. High resolution is important for projecting detailed charts and graphs, text and high-deﬁnition video. SVGA – 800x600 pixels For simple data & charts XGA – 1024x768 pixels 1.5x more resolution than SVGA Common resolution for desktop computers WXGA – 1280x800 pixels 2x more resolution than SVGA Common resolution for laptops and smartphones WUXGA – (1920x1200 pixels) 4.5x more resolution than SVGA Connectivity For hassle-free projection, you’ll want to look for some features that enable a quick setup — so you can project right away. These include: Wireless Allows for projecting content without a cable so you can move freely around the room. Model Project from Mobile Devices3 HDMI® Use the free iProjection App for iOS and Android to bring selected content from a smart device to the big screen. Instant and easy digital connection to Display content from MHL-enabled smartphones and tablets. EX7240 EX5250 EX9200 PowerLite 1771W VS345 VS340 VS240 Colour Brightness2 3200 Lumens 3600 Lumens 3200 Lumens 3200 Lumens 3000 Lumens 2800 Lumens 3000 Lumens White Brightness2 3200 Lumens 3600 Lumens 3200 Lumens 3200 Lumens 3000 Lumens 2800 Lumens 3000 Lumens 1280 x 800 WXGA 1280 x 800 WXGA 1024 x768 XGA 800 x 600 SGVA Resolution Contrast Ratio Speakers HDMI Aspect Ratio 1280 x 800 WXGA 1024 x 1200 WUXGA 1920 x 1200 WUXGA Up to: 15,000:1 Up to: 15,000:1 Up to: 15,000:1 Up to: 2,000:1 Up to: 15,000:1 Up to: 15,000:1 Up to: 15,000:1 2 W Mono 2 W Mono 2 W Mono 1 W Mono 1 W Mono 1 W Mono 2 W Mono 1 port including MHL 1 port 1 port 1 port 1 port 1 port 1 port 16:10 4:3 widescreen 16:10 16:10 16:10 4:3 4:3 *Leading Epson business and education projectors vs. leading 1-chip DLP projectors, selected according to NPD data as of July 2015. Based on U.S. research conducted by Radius Research. | 1 Colour brightness (colour light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Colour brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. The projectors used by a third-party lab for measuring colour brightness were leading Epson 3LCD business and education projectors and leading 1-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD sales data for June 2013 through May 2014 and PMA Research sales data for Q1 through Q3 2013. | 2 Colour brightness (colour light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions; colour light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118. 3 To use Epson iProjection, the projector must be configured on a network. Epson projectors can be networked either through the Ethernet port on the projector (check model specifications for availability) or via a wireless connection. Check your owner’s manual to determine if a wireless LAN module must be purchased separately to enable wireless connection on your Epson projector. Not all Epson projectors are able to be networked. Availability varies depending on model.