GO WIRELESS: Epson launches projector bundle promo

S18-X18 Bundle Promo_Poster_Final (Hires)


For every purchase of Epson EB-S18 or EB-X18 business projectors from January 30 to February 28, customers get a free ELPAP07 wireless LAN unit.

Enabling users to maximize the wireless experience, the S18 and X18 allow users to share and transmit images, texts, and files from their smart device to their Epson projector with ease via the “Epson iProjection” app.

The S18 and X18 are Epson’s first entry level projector models that support HDMI and Wi-Fi connection—through a wireless LAN adapter.

“This ‘Go Wireless!’ bundle is perfect for business executives who maximize the value of every minute of their day. When they get important ideas or make notes or changes in their presentations in their smart device, they can project their ideas right away using our wireless application,” said Lyn Lizarondo, Epson Philippines Product Manager for Visual Instruments.

The Epson EB-S18 and EB-X18 boasts of high color brightness, optional Wi-Fi connectivity, Color Universal Design, high contrast ratio, and sliding horizontal keystone adjuster. The projectors are also built with lead-free lenses, unpainted plastic housing, and flame retardants without chlorine or bromine make both device eco-friendly.

Epson projectors use the company’s proprietary 3LCD technology, which ensures apt color brightness, or color light output (CLO).

“About 70% of projector buyers aren’t aware that the ‘lumens’ advertised in projector specifications only refers to white brightness. For most projectors using 1-chip technology, their color brightness is only 1/3 of their advertised lumens – as such, their 2100-lumens projector typically can only display 700 lumens of color,” added Lizarondo.

Participating stores for the ‘Go Wireless’ promo are: Accent Micro, Across, Asianic, Complink, Dell, Dynamic PC, Octagon, PC Chain, PC Express, PC Gadgets, PC Home, PC Live, PC Quarters, Silicon Valley, Thinkpad, Villman, V-Store (all in SM North EDSA Cyberzone), and Silicon Valley in Glorietta.