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Saturday, June 13, 2009

Epson PowerLite 77c 2200 Lumen Multimedia Projector

The Epson PowerLite 77c delivers presentations that are sure to impress with 2200 lumens, XGA resolution and high-aperture Epson 3LCD technology--all from a 6 pound projector built to go wherever business takes you. The smart choice for any office, it even includes an energy-efficient E-TORL lamp that lasts up to 4000 hours. Get right to it with Instant On (5-second startup) and auto keystone adjustments. Then, take control of your presentation with the convenient A/V Mute Slide. Just slide it over to instantly shut off images and sound. That way, your audience can focus on you. After you’ve completed your presentation, shut down quickly using the Instant Off function, and head off to that next important meeting. Brilliant Presentations in virtually any setting with 2200 lumens Lightweight, travel-friendly design (just 6.0 Lb) Native XGA resolution for vibrant images with precision color and detail - supports HDTV ( 720p, 1080i,) SXGA+, UXGA Instant on and instant off for fast setup and quick shut down Auto keystone correction for easy setup adjustments

Epson PowerLite 77c 2200 Lumen Multimedia Projector

Technical Details:
Multimedia Projector w/3LCD Technology
2200 Lumens and a 400:1 Contrast Ratio
HDTV Compatible and Instant On and Off
Lightweight, Travel Friendly Design/ Just 6.0 Lbs
13 Lbs (WxLxH) 7.5" x 16.9" x 14.9"

Customer feedback:

1. This projector is a very good choice for home entertainment as well as work in an office or in the lab [my case]. It is very bright even when operated in economy mode. The self adjusting feature is very good, like for instance the auto keystone. The menu is easy to navigate, and efficient. The lamp is good, and cheap. The projector is quiet, and doesn't get too hot while operating. The cover lid for the lamp is a good extra. The machine is light and very easy to carry with the provided bag.
The remote could be bigger with bigger buttons. The VGA cable is rather short but can be replaced with a 10ft super-VGA shielded video cable for about $20. In essence, a must buy! Clear, bright and sharp images/videos at a very reasonable price. I had a DELL projector before and I regret I didn't trust EPSON to begin with!

2. I used my Epson 77c at a trade show recently to display video at my booth and even on the economy setting it was more than bright enough to allow me to have a big screen display that matched my other computer displays in my booth. It is much brighter than I expected, even on the low range. I gave a slide show and after the show we realized that we had forgotten to turn out the lights. The Epson 77c was so bright we just didn't notice!
I went to Fry's a week or so ago and did the same test. There were a couple of projectors that projected brighter images that had at least as good color and contrast as my 77c. When I checked to see what they were I discovered that they were the more expensive models in the same Epson 3LCD line of projectors as the 77c. If money is not an issue you might want to consider the PowerLite 1715c, which is brighter and smaller, but is about twice as expensive and the light bulbs don't last as long.

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