There's a reason, in fact many reasons that Epson makes the best-selling projectors in the world. The Epson PowerLite 93 Multimedia Projector is one of them. The projector is an ideal choice for educators or business people looking for light weight and solid core features at a very reasonable price.
To begin with, the 93's 3LCD system splits light into its primary colors with mirrors that reflect each color onto its own LCD chip. It sounds like magic but the result is a very real rendering of the most brilliant color available. Better yet, the 93 uses 25% less electricity per lumen of brightness compared to single chip projectors.
The PowerLite 93 packs a lot of power in a small package, too. 2400 lumens measured on the more stringent ISO 21118 standard are backed with a crisp 2,000:1 contrast ratio to fill screens up to 29' (9 m) with the most brilliant, balanced color available.
Convenience features include Instant Off, which eliminates cool-down time and gets you on the way to your next class or meeting, as well as Direct Power On / Off which allows the unit to be powered up or down via a wall switch; a handy feature when the 93 is ceiling mounted.
The 93's built-in speaker doesn't get any competition from the low-noise fan either. At 28dB in eco-mode, the unit is whisper-quiet. And speaking of eco-mode, it's one of the many "green" features of the 93. Besides quiet operation, eco lengthens the life of the energy-efficient E-TORL lamp from 6000 to 5000 hours.
The PowerLite 93's connectivity includes component, composite, S-video and USB type B for remote control and Plug n' Play functionality with Mac or PC computers. You can forget about fumbling with VGA cables forever. There's also a monitor output and an audio output for headphones or a powered external speaker.
The 93 is world-ready. It's capable of handling NTSC, PAL and SECAM color systems and with its multi-voltage power source, it can be used anywhere there's electricity. A multi-language on-screen display adds to its universality.
Oh, and just to make sure that it doesn't do any unauthorized travel, security is covered by panel lock as well as a Kensington Lock slot.