Epson Powerlite 1705C Wireless Multimedia Projector- 3.7 lbs
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Product Description

Project powerful presentations in virtually any setting with the ultra bright, ultra light Epson PowerLite 1705c. With 2200 lumens at just 3.7 lb, it's ideal for most any application, including a variety of ambient light conditions. And, with convenient wireless capabilities, it's compatible with 802.11 a/b/g-compliant devices.Whatever the situation, the Epson PowerLite 1705c is always ready to perform. With USB connectivity, it has multiple computer inputs and offers the flexibility you need in the classroom or the boardroom. And, with built-in networking capabilities, it facilitates easy monitoring and control. This versatile projector even enables users to send movie files wirelessly and enjoy full-frame videos, as well as the corresponding audio from a PC. Take powerful presentations with you wherever you go with the Epson PowerLite 1705c.

  • 802.11 a/b/g wireless performance so fast you can display full-screen (30 fps) MPEG2 video with audio from a PC
  • XGA (1024 x 768) resolution for sharp, vibrant images
  • Incredible combination of 2200 lumens brightness and only 3.7 lb
  • Proactive monitoring and control of the projector via the network
  • New simple USB video connection for multiple presenters
Customer Reviews:
  • Epson 1705c & MacOs wireless
    The Epson 1705c projector does not work wirelessly with Leopard (MacOs10.5) on the Mac, but it does using Tiger. The unit works with a wired connection of course. Fortunately, I have a MacBook with Tiger (and an Intel Mac with Leopard). The projector is very light, but quite bright. It is supposed to show video at 30 fps, which it probably does, but quicktime projected from the Mac was jerky. I have only had this for a couple of hours so I will learn more. Wireless projection of powerpoint was very good. So far, I am pleased.
    Later, Boris Balley, artists, gave an 1.5 hr powerpoint presentation of his work. He had three 1MB images per slide projected wirelessly from a Mac using Tiger as the operating system. It was flawless. March 2008: Now Epson has an update for Leopard on the Intel Mac that works wirelessly. It is great.
    James Baird
    Professor, Brown U....more info