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Epson PowerLite Presenter Projector/DVD Player Combo Review
Author: Sandy Berger 36,011 views
Type: Reviews Last Updated: May 20, 2010
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Projectors used to be clunky devices that were so large they had to be wheeled around. You had to always carry a bunch of adapters and accessories. On top of that, they would only work in a darkened room. Boy, have times changed! The new Epson PowerLite Presenter is light and portable. It includes just about everything you need, even speakers and a DVD player. And it puts out 2,500 lumens so it can be used just about anywhere. We were excited to take a look.

The Epson PowerLite Presenter comes in an unassuming cardboard box, as shown in Figure 1.

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Figure 1: The Presenter box.

Inside the box is the projector in a black cloth case along with a power cord, a VGA computer cable, and a white remote control, shown in Figure 2. Batteries for the remote are also included.

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Figure 2: The projector with accessories.

Also included, and shown in Figure 3 is the User’s manual on CD, a quick setup guide, and a PrivateLine support card

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Figure 3: Misc. support materials.
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