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PowerLite 1780W Wireless WXGA 3LCD Projector

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The lightweight, ultra slim, widescreen, wireless projector.

Achieve brilliant presentations wherever business takes you with the ultra slim PowerLite 1780W wireless widescreen projector. This thin 4 lb model delivers 3,000 lumens of color brightness and 3,000 lumens of white brightness1 plus WXGA resolution — ideal for HD-quality content. Offering high Color Brightness2 and wide Color Gamut, Epson® 3LCD projectors ensure vivid presentations with bright, accurate color. Featuring the latest in connectivity, this projector makes it easy to wirelessly share content from your tablet or smartphone3. Or, share HD videos using your streaming device. The 1780W supports Chromecast™, Roku® and MHL-enabled devices. And, it offers fast wireless setup with its on-screen QR code.

    • Projection System: High-aperture Epson 3-chip 3LCD technology
      Native Resolution: WXGA (1280 x 800)
      Color Brightness: 3000 lumens1
      White Brightness: 3000 lumens1
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  • Model: V11H795020
Our Price :

$749.99

PowerLite 1780W Wireless WXGA 3LCD Projector is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 15.
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  • Lightweight and travel friendly — thin as a laptop; weighs just 4 lb
  • Look for two numbers — look for both high color brightness and high white brightness.
      Color Brightness: 3000 lumens1
      White Brightness: 3000 lumens1
  • Sharp images — WXGA resolution (1280 x 800); offers 2x more resolution than SVGA for HD-quality presentations
  • Wireless — project from your laptop, tablet, or smartphone3 without plugging into the projector, so you can move freely about the room
  • Far more accurate color with Epson — 3LCD, 3-chip technology for high Color Brightness2 and wide Color Gamut4
  • Share HD videos directly from your smartphone, tablet or streaming device — supports Chromecast via HDMI®, plus Roku and MHL-enabled devices
  • Fast wireless setup for your mobile device — just scan the on-screen QR code using your phone or tablet
  • Compatible with the latest laptops and media players — supports HDMI, the standard in connectivity, for digital video and audio with just one cable
  • Portability you need for presentations on the go — carrying case included
  • USB Plug ‘n Play — use the included USB cable to instantly project content from a PC or Mac®

What's in the box:

  • PowerLite 1780W projector 
  • power cable 
  • computer cable (VGA) 
  • USB cable 
  • projector remote control with batteries 
  • soft carrying case 
  • user manual CD 
  • EasyMP® software CD 
  • Quick Setup Sheet 
  • registration card

Specifications Projector:


Projection System: RGB liquid crystal shutter projection systemProjection Method: Front/rear ceiling mount, Front/rear desktop Driving Method: Poly-silicon TFT Active MatrixPixel Number: 1,024,000 dots (1280 x 800) x 3Color Brightness - Color Light Output: 3,000 LumensWhite Brightness - White Light Output: 3,000 LumensAspect Ratio: 16:10Native Resolution: 1280 x 800 (WXGA)Resize: 640 x 480 (VGA), 800 x 600 (SVGA), 1024 x 768 (XGA), 1280 x 1024 (SXGA), 1400 x 1050 (SXGA+), 1440 x 900 (WXGA+), 1600 x 1200 (UXGA), 1680 x 1050 (WSXGA+)Lamp Type: 206 W UHELamp Life: 7,000 hours (ECO Mode), 4,000 hours (Normal Mode)Throw Ratio Range: 1.04 – 1.26Size - projected distance: 30" – 300" (2.2 – 26.8 ft)Keystone Correction: Automatic Vertical: ±30 degrees, Manual Horizontal: ±30 degreesUSB Plug 'n Play: Projector is compatible with PC and Mac computersContrast Ratio: Up to 10,000:1Color Reproduction: Up to 1.07 billion colors

General:


Weight: 4.0 lbOperating Temperature: 41 ° to 95 °F (5 ° to 35 °C)

Projection Lens:


Type: Optical Zoom (Manual)/ Focus (Powered)F-number: 1.58 – 1.70Focal Length: 13.52 – 16.22 mmZoom Ratio: Optical zoom 1.0 – 1.2

Projector Details:


Display Performance:
  • NTSC: 480 line
  • PAL: 576 line
  • (depends on observation of the multi-burst pattern)
Input Signal: NTSC/NTSC4.43/PAL/M-PAL/N-PAL/PAL60/SECAM SDTV/HDTVInterfaces:
  • 1x HDMI (Supports MHL® connectivity)
  • Computer/component video: 1x D-sub 15 pin
  • Composite video: 1x RCA
  • USB Type A: 1x PC-free USB and other
  • USB Type B: 1x USB Plug ‘n Play
Fan Noise: 39 dB (Normal Mode), 30 dB (ECO Mode)Audio Output: 1 W mono speaker

Remote Control:


Features: Power, Source Search Selection, Computer, Video, A/V Mute, Freeze, User ID, Auto, Aspect, Color Mode, NUM, Page Up and Down, E-zoom, Volume, Help, Menu, Enter, ESC and Pointer functionsOperating Distance: 19.7 ftOperating Angle: Right/left: Front: ± 60 degrees; rear: ± 30 degrees, Upper/lower: Front: ± 30 degrees; rear: ± 30 degrees

Power:


Power Supply Voltage: 100 – 240 V ±10%, 50/60 HzPower Consumption: 290 W (Normal Mode), 208 W (ECO Mode)
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Portable and feature packed projector This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. That said, my review is based on my user experience with the projector, not the price paid. This product is very easy to setup and I had it working in a matter of moments. The included connections were spot on for modern day usage. Set up with MAC, PC, Chromecast, or Roku or even the app is easy and the quality projected is great. My only issue with the device is that there was no way to hook up an external source for sound to go out. I would have liked to see the ability to hook up the sound to a sound bar or speaker system instead of just using the internal speaker on the projector. The projector comes with a slim case that is well padded and has a place to store cables and the included remote. Overall, I was very impressed with the feature set of the projector and the image quality. I was particularly impressed with the wireless capabilities. I would deffinately recommend to anyone who is always on the move with the amazin portability option and given the fact that its lightweight with tons of features built into it.
Date published: 2018-07-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent projector with awesome wireless features This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. That said, my review is based on my user experience with the projector, not the price paid. I found the projector very easy to setup and use and the image quality was great. The brightness of the picture was quite impressive. I tested the projector in a room with a full wall of windows and full daylight and found the brightness of the image more than adequate. The wireless features of the projector were also quite nice and very easy to setup. The projector creates it's own wifi network and allows you to connect your phone or laptop wirelessly. When using a phone for example (iPhone in my case), I simply had to download the Epson iProjection app, point my phone at the barcode image projected and the connection was made. Once connected, you can display photos, videos, websites and documents directly from your phone. The connection was responsive and it even responds to the orientation of your device, switching between landscape and portrait as you turn your device. The projector comes with a slim case that is well padded and has a place to store cables and the included remote. Overall, I was very impressed with the feature set of the projector and the image quality. I was particularly impressed with the wireless capabilities. I would not hesitate to recommend this projector to someone looking for a high quality portable projector.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ideal size, weight, clarity. Fit my needs perfectly, This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. I didn’t know what to expect after using my previous, bulky, clunky, heavy projector but this one worked like a charm. It’s lightweight yet sturdy so it’s perfect for me. It weighs around 4 lbs & the projection quality & clarity is excellent. I’m a consultant and travel every day to meetings & at least 3 times a month by plane so it was a pleasure to travel and use this projector. The carrying case is adequately padded so I’m sure it should travel fairly well when I fly. The The clarity was fine on both my screen for work and on my wall when I tested it at home. After my work presentation a colleague noticed the difference & commented to me that the clarity was much better than my older one. It’s ideal that it’s wireless & you can project from your tablet, phone or laptop. I had no trouble with either mode. Really delighted with this projector & I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great multiuse projector The Epson 1780W is a quality projector for those needing to do double duty with presentations and/ or watching video at 720P. I’ve plugged it up to my laptop and watched Black Panther on my living room wall. The quality was pretty good. My daughter couldn’t tell the difference between 720p and 1080i.Setup was straight forward and to the point. I tried playing a movie via the usb option and it didn’t play. I’m sure that has to do with the codecs that the Epson accepts. I have to figure that part out. I was successful in displaying my phone wirelessly. We both got a kick out of that. There was a bit of lag when streaming video from my phone. The Epson is very bright. I accidentally turned around and looked in the lens. Thought I blinded myself lol… I will be using it Memorial Day weekend to watch movies outside. The kids should have an absolute blast. The projector came with a padded carry case which I thought was a nice touch. This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review."
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great unit for business speakers/presenters alike! This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. As part of my job, I have the privilege to speak and present in front of several groups of people. As such, having a projector is something of a necessity. Weighing in close to 4 pounds, the 1780W is very lightweight for the quality the project espouses. Features I look for in a projector are adjustment capabilities, clarity of projection, and inputs. This model does not disappoint on the first two by any means, and the inputs will please most users. With vertical and horizontal adjustment easily accessible and clearly defined, even the most novice user will be quickly up in no time. The crispness of the picture was actually impressive for the size of the unit and the price point it is set at. Physical inputs allow most users to utilize as most will connect with HDMI or VGA. There is no DisplayPort input, but with options to connect wirelessly or with a mobile device, lacking physical connections are quickly becoming less of an obstacle. The 1780W comes with a padded carrying case that feels as though it will protect it well, though obviously not from any serious impacts/drops. There are divisions and recessed pockets to hold all peripherals and cables next to the projector, but if one is looking for more space or protection, I would recommend purchasing a 3rd party bag/carrying case. This unit comes with a healthy IR-based remote control equipped with several functions that would otherwise be somewhat difficult to figure out, included the ability to freeze the projection and zoom the picture. Somewhat disappointing is the lack of a laser pointer found in other remotes, though if I am being honest, a pointer is likely already in a speaker’s inventory, so the omission isn’t a deal breaker for me. Lastly, I would like to briefly touch on the sound quality of the projector. If you are looking to use the internal speaker of a projector and have it fill a small room, you may wish to look elsewhere. The sound is fairly low, even at maximum. Couple that with the sound of the fan when it runs on high, and you may find it difficult to hear if you are not positioned near the unit. This is one area that definitely does not bother me as I prefer to use external speaker sources so that all can here, however, I realize that my needs may be entirely different from several others. All things considered, I am very impressed with the build quality of the unit, the unique features, and the clarity of the projection in several lighting situations. I do highly recommend the purchase of the 1780W and feel that Epson really hit the mark with this projector.
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Portable Projector! This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. Forget those old bulky projectors. The Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector is lightweight, sleek and easy to use with a great, vibrant picture. The set up and connectivity was easy and straight forward with the Epson app. I have been using it both at my home for movies and my office for presentations and I have been really pleased. What I especially noticed are the impressive colors and sharp images. and I love the fact that it is slim, portable, wireless and so travel friendly. The fan was just a little noisy, but certainly not enough to be bothersome. And you can project from your laptop, table or phone without plugging into the projector, so you can roam easily and at your convenience. And even in darker images, the brightness was not compromised and the images and text were always clear at any distance. Also included was a carrying case, all the necessary cables and remote. All in all, another great product from Epson that I would highly recommend.
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crazy good “This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review." I work in finance and I am always giving presentations. This has been a lifesaver! I can take it with me to client meetings without a hassle. It's super lightweight and durable. Not problems putting it in my briefcase and taking it with me for presentations on client sites. Super convenient!! And the performance is great too. Colors are clear and process speed is super fast. Love it! Definitely worth the price!!
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lightweight, compact, picture clarity, wireless projector “This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review." As a consultant, author, presenter, and educator I use a projector multiple times a week. The Epson Powerlite 1780W is a huge difference from my old, big, bulky projector. I was pleasantly surprised with the size and weight of this projector. It comes in around 4 pounds. The sleek design and trendy white color make it attractive to use. Some of the features that I like with this projector is the ability to adjust vertically or horizontally. The color and picture are unbelievably clear. The ease of set up was also a great feature. I was up and going in just a short time. It took me around 10 minutes to become familiar with the projector and hook it up. The best feature that sets this apart from others is the fact that you can connect wirelessly AND from your tablet, computer or phone! The padded case that is included, is also a great added benefit. It is very sleek, small and has just the right amount of pockets to hold all the cables, remote, and unit itself. Other reviewers mentioned the sound quality, however, I did not have an issue with the sound. I did not think the fan was noticeable either. All in all, I am very happy with this projector. The color and clarity of the picture being projected was a plus. The compact and lightweight feature was a bonus. The wireless connectivity was the icing on the cake! That sold me!
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent little, lightweight projector This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. I have used this very portable and lightweight projector multiple times over the past week, and it has performed well. Although it is not designed as an ultraHD device, when a Chromecast device was connected, it projected a very nice image on the wall from Netflix. This projector won't be a replacement for a true 4k projector, but it served my needs well, and I was able to play kids shows at a decent resolution that kept my 4 year old happy. The image quality for projecting Powerpoints or other presentations is more than adequate. Set up onto the wireless network took a little work and was not as intuitive as I would have liked. Otherwise, it is quite easy to use with just about any input; HDMI, USB, or even the phone app. It's lightweight form factor is probably the best aspect of it, making it super easy to move wherever and whenever it is needed. The case will make it easy to move around, but I don't think it will protect My main complaints are few. The fan for this device is pretty loud, especially given the fact that the built in speaker is not loud enough on it's own. In short, a great portable projector, excellent for business purposes and can also be used for video.
Date published: 2018-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for Presentations This is a review for the Epson Powerlite 1780W Projector that I received free of charge to do a beta test and review. In the box it came well packaged, no damage and inside was a VGA cord, a USB cord, a power cord, a remote control with batteries, and a carrying case. The unit’s size is excellent, as it is about the size of a folded laptop, and about the same weight as well. Its bag appears like a laptop carrying case, and I was able to fit my laptop into the bag with the projector together. When I removed it from the box, I plugged in the power cord, then my chromecast into the back. It immediately identified the source automatically, and began playing the chromecast picture and sound. I was very surprised by the high quality of image that it produced, I was also impressed by the brightness of the picture, as I was expecting a more difficult time viewing the picture because it was day time, I was in a room with open windows, and it was projecting to a wall that wasn’t white, not a screen. The sound from the internal speaker was less than stellar and if one is seeking a greater quality of sound, I would recommend an external source. I did think the automatic trapezoidal adjustment was really cool: if the projector is not lined up straight up and down, it seems to detect the angle and automatically adjust the picture, so all the picture angles are right angles. Left and right does not appear to be automatic, but the adjustment was very simple. Playing with the different features of this device was confusing at first, but once things were set up, it was pretty straight forward. I think the setup difficulties are a one time effort that needs a few extra minutes until you are familiar. I was able to easily install the app on my phone, and the Windows 10 program on my computer. The app allowed me to use my phone as a remote, and it allowed me to directly project things from my phone including photos, web pages, PDF documents, and the camera viewer. I would have liked a screen mirroring feature from my phone, but that was only capable in the PC program. The PC program was also pretty intuitive and I liked that it let me directly project my screen wirelessly without attaching any cables, and only having to initialize the setup once. I would have liked if I could have figured out how to also send sound. I’m not sure if it is capable of receiving sound wirelessly; however, there is a sound input jack on the projector. The remote control came with a good amount of function including source search, the full menu controls, A/V mute, freeze screen, and even an E-zoom, which allows you to zoom the picture. It even has a pointer feature that pops an arrow up on the screen. However, I feel an actual laser pointer in the remote may be more useful. The remote allowed control of just about every function I could identify that was found on the projector. In addition to the laser pointer, if i were designing the remote, I would have made it a RF remote instead of IR, because I like to move all around when I give presentations. Although I do feel IR is pretty well accepted as an industry standard. I also really liked the split feature which allows you to show more than one source at a time. It appears that the software will allow you to cast to the projector from more than one mobile device at once, but since I only have one phone, I was unable to test this. I was unable to project from my computer and phone at the sametime. I was able to split multiple video sources though. I really liked this projector and thought it had more of a business undertone than entertainment. Traveling with it is easy, setting it up for presentations is easy, and using associated applications for presentations is easy. The big entertainment disadvantage was in the sound quality and volume, and the applications lacked some of the features that I would want if I were using it for entertainment such as streaming and screen mirror; however, I think all the presentation features were covered very well.
Date published: 2018-05-23
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Notes:

1 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118.

2 Color brightness (color light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Color brightness will vary depending on usage conditions.

3 For wireless functionality, including via the Epson iProjection App, the projector must be configured on a network, either through the Ethernet port on the projector (check model specifications for availability) or via a wireless connection. Check your owner’s manual to determine if a wireless LAN module must be purchased separately to enable a wireless connection. Not all Epson projectors are able to be networked. The Epson iProjection App does not support all files and formats. See www.epson.com for details.

4Volume is measured in 3D in the CIE L*a*b* coordinate space.
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