The Epson BrightLink 450Wi interactive projector + pen combination incorporates ultra-short throw distance, image size flexibility, and advanced connectivity options to project onto any existing whiteboard, wall or other smooth, light-colored, hard surface. BrightLink offers installation flexibility by providing a wide range of XGA and WXGA usable interactive areas. The solution includes two digital infrared pens and wall mount hardware for a great value and easy installation out of the box.
"At PMA, it is imperative we provide the projection industry with information on the most advanced and cost-effective multimedia solutions available in the market today," said Dr. William Coggshall, founder and president of PMA. "The Epson BrightLink is a perfect example of innovation at its best, deeming it worthy of a Buckaroo Award."
The BrightLink 450Wi features 2,500 lumens color and white light output1 and easy-integration features, including networking. Using WXGA resolution (16:10 aspect ratio) for full compatibility with widescreen notebooks and video content, BrightLink can easily meet the space needs of any conference room by projecting images up to 96-inches diagonal (WXGA). The Epson BrightLink 450Wi also features the latest, 3LCD, 3-chip technology to deliver amazing, true-to-life color and detail for powerful presentations. "We are pleased that PMA, one of the leading market information experts on front projection, has honored us with this award," said Heather Gareis, senior product manager, Epson America. "Being chosen as a best-of-show product in the largest audio-visual event of the year speaks to the impact and innovation BrightLink brings to the market."
When using BrightLink in conjunction with webinars or other common desktop-sharing utilities, remote users can simultaneously see what’s being written and presented so business users can easily update, annotate and save files in real-time. Presenters can capture notes and ideas on a virtual whiteboard that can be distributed via email or saved to a networked drive even before the meeting attendees have left the room.