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The EB-X11 has a bright image with bold colours, is easy to set up and use and costs little to run - it's not much good for films, but is a fine budget office projector. The Epson EB-X11 is designed for the education sector, and it's pretty specialised.
It's amazingly bright, with a 2, lumens lamp, and has a 1,x resolution, so it's more suited to presentations than HD films. It has some advanced features too, such as a USB connection that can send both video and audio to the projector and let you use the projector's remote control to control your PC's cursor. The projector has VGA, composite and S-video inputs, with separate phono plugs for audio. There's no 3. You can also connect your PC or laptop via the USB Type B port, which prompts you to install a USB Display driver which provides both audio and video, and lets you use the remote control's mouse features.
It's awkward to control your PC this way, however - we'd much rather use a wireless mouse. There's no multimedia player and no support for Microsoft Office files, so unless you convert your presentation into an image slideshow, you'll need to attach your computer. It supports both mirror and inverse images, so it can be ceiling mounted or used with a translucent screen in a rear projection configuration.
The zoom allows some freedom to choose screen size: at seven feet, we could project an image that measured between 59in and 70in diagonally. There's a small plastic foot on a ratchet at the front of the EB-X11 for height adjustment. The projector has automatic vertical keystone correction, for when the projector is too high or too low relative to the screen's centre line, and a slider behind the lens that lets you adjust horizontal keystone manually.
This has a notch at its mid-point so you can reset it easily. It's worth noting that keystone correction distorts the image, thus reducing clarity, so if at all possible you should position the projector square-on to your screen manually.
Sign up for our daily newsletter Newsletter. Epson EB-X11 review Projectors. Image 1 of 5. Our Rating. Price when reviewed. Page 1 of 2 Epson EB-X11 review 1. Epson EB-X11 review 2. Epson EB-X11 review. Specifications 1,x resolution, 2, ANSI lumens, 77xxmm, 2.
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Measuring just x x 77mm and weighing 2. What makes is more adaptable than some is its relatively high brightness rating of ANSI Lumens - which ought to cope with ambient light - though there are a few limiting factors. Its x pixels mean an XGA resolution that does make high-definition images possible, but only just. With no Full HD capabilities though it can process p images , images are best kept to about inches maximum - but that ought to be enough for many classrooms and boardrooms. The ins and outs on this 3LCD projector - whose lamp is rated at around 4, hours - mark it out as a plain-and-simple data projector.
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For more information on how Epson treats your personal data, please read our Privacy Information Statement. High-quality, mobile projector for the home and office with 3LCD technology, XGA resolution and flexible, easy-to-use features. The whole family will enjoy this high-quality, versatile projector. Whether watching stunning films and family photos on a big screen or delivering crisp, clear presentations, the stylishly-designed EB-X04 is ideally suited for both the home and office. Easy to move and quick to set-up, users can start watching exceptional-quality content in no time at all. With a long lamp and filter life, even if using the projector to watch a movie every day, it would be up to 15 years before either would need to be changed 1. Experience exceptional-quality images that are three times brighter than competitor products 2 thanks to 3LCD technology and equally high White and Colour Light Output.
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