DISPLAY SIZE MATTERS
With Epson, you see more content, in more detail.
What should you look for in a screen?
When you’re choosing the right display for your business, there’s a lot to consider. One of the first questions you might ask is: Do I need an all in one meeting room solution, a whiteboard or a flat panel?
Achieving the optimum display, with the correct visibility, is critical to getting the most from your meetings and on-screen content. One of the advantages of Epson projectors is that they offer a scalable screen size, to meet the varying requirements of rooms of all sizes.
Meet minimum screen size requirements with ease
You wouldn’t be comfortable working at a desk where the screen is too small – it’s not good for your eyes, and can compromise the quality of on-screen content.
For the same reasons, you need a screen size that is suitable for your meeting room – which is why Epson projectors exceed the health and safety standards for the equivalent desktop display experience. (EU Directive 90/270/EEC – Display Screen Equipment).
The screen size scalability and functionality of Epson projectors mean it’s easy to ensure that content shown is not too small, is of high quality and clearly visible to all, taking into consideration viewing distances from the screen. That way, everyone in your meeting has the same opportunities to share and engage.
Quality that’s easy to see
Automatic light adjustment in Epson projectors detects the ambient light conditions in the room and changes the level of brightness accordingly, so you can view content clearly without glare.
Some flat panels have restricted viewing angles, making it hard to see content on the screen when viewed from the side of a room. This, however, is not the case with Epson projectors, which have no blind spots, enabling everyone to easily view the content.
Gentle On The Eye
Flat panel RGB screens can appear pixelated when viewed up close for long periods – such as during interactive presentations or prolonged collaboration – potentially causing strain to the eyes. On the other hand, projectors have less pixilation than flat panel displays, and with automatic light adjustment, they can be viewed in comfort for longer periods.