With a brightness of 3,500 lumens and HD-readyWXGA resolution, the EB-695Wi's ultra-short-throw design allows you to present large images from a very short distance with minimised shadows and glare. This projector offers ultimate interactivity by combining finger-touch with dual pen capability. A 14,000:1 contrast ratio and HDMI input mean that students benefit from sharp, clear images.
High brightness and image quality
Epson’s 3LCD technology ensures high-quality images with equally high White and Colour Light Output for vivid colours and bright images, even in daylight, and three times brighter colours than leading competitive projectors1. With a scalable display size of up to 100 inches, two types of content can be displayed using the split-screen without compromising on quality.
Finger-touch and dual pen
Use your fingers to annotate directly onto the screen. Epson's interactive pens are now even more responsive and easy to use. With the new dual pens, teacher and student or two students can work simultaneously using different attributes.
Project for longer with improved reliability and a longer lamp life of up to 10,000 hours in eco mode.
Interact and enhance learning
Multi-PC projection software allows teachers and students to share content simultaneously. The moderator function allows teachers to remain in control, choosing what content to display. Combine two projectors to create one large interactive display. Split-screen capability allows teachers to display two separate types of content simultaneously, such as a lesson plan from a PC and a still image or video clip from a document camera.
- Up to 100-inch display and outstanding quality: HD-ready WXGA resolution with Epson 3LCD technology
- Finger-touch and dual pen: Use your fingers to annotate directly onto the screen
- Highly Reliable: Improved reliability and a longer lamp life
- Multi-screen interactivity: Combine two projectors to create one large interactive display
- Wireless Connectivity (Optional): Allows content to be shown from a range of devices