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Epson Introduces New Pair of Value Series High Performance Portable Projectors

EPSON PowerLite 51c and EPSON PowerLite 71c Deliver Intense Brightness, Superior Contrast and Razor-Sharp Detail Starting at $2,199 (January 02, 2002)
Epson introduced the EPSON PowerLite 51c and EPSON PowerLite 71c. Built on the foundations of Epson's No. 1 selling model of all time -- the PowerLite 50c and its sibling model the PowerLite 70c -- both new projectors feature superior video performance and even greater values for on-the-go presenters.

The PowerLite 51c offers increased brightness over its predecessor model at 1,200 ANSI lumens, SVGA (800 x 600) native resolution, a 400:1 contrast ratio and is priced at $2,199 (estimated street price). The PowerLite 71c is rated at 1,000 ANSI lumens with XGA (1,024 x 768) native resolution, 300:1 contrast ratio and sells for $2,999 (estimated street price). Both models weigh 6.8 pounds with new all-silver exteriors (8.6" D x 3.2" H x 11.8" W) that contain Epson's award-winning three-LCD display system.

"Our Value Series projectors have been incredibly popular among customers and the attractive prices offered in those models have definitely opened the doors to a lot of people who thought they could never afford a high-performance projector," said Mark Pickard, group product manager, Epson. "Now that we've boosted the performance on these models while maintaining affordability, we've created even greater values for customers in the projector marketplace."

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