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Epson EMP-1715 projector with 3LCD reads MPEG2 from USB

Epson has got three new 3LCD projectors coming down the production line (the EMP-1700, EMP-1710 and EMP-1715), and they’re being touted as the ideal projectors “for presenters on the move.” The most notable of the bunch is the EMP-1715, marketed as “the world’s first 3LCD projector to offer USB connection and the option to project up to four different screens simultaneously.”

No longer will you be restricted to just showing one screen, instead you can output a single feed to four unique projectors. This can be done with no computer via JPG or MPEG2 files on a thumb drive, or via WiFi from a PC.

The £1549 EMP-1715 with 2700 lumens is the powerhouse of the three, its lesser siblings: the EMP-1700 and the EMP-1710 will sell for £1399 and £1499 respectively.

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