These six projectors are spread across three resolutions: XGA, WXGA, and WUXGA. Three of the six have support for 4K enhancement, while the other three do not. They work with 12 different interchangeable lenses for ultimate placement flexibility, ranging from ultra short throw to long throw, with options of .35 to 10.11 for throw ratio. The lenses the projectors work with are pictured below.
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Starting with the lower-end options, we have the Epson PowerLite Pro L1070, the L1060W, and the L1070W. The L1070 is their XGA model, and boasts 7,500 lumens. The PowerLite Pro L1060W and L1070W are the WXGA models, and have 6,000 and 7,000 lumens respectively. These three projectors are expected to ship in January 2020, and come in a white casing.
The three remaining projectors in the series, as mentioned, all have 4K enhancement in the form of Epson’s PRO-UHD chip, expanding on their already-sharp WUXGA resolution. The PowerLite L1060U touts 6,000 lumens, and the L1070U and L1075U, 7,000 lumens. The L1060U comes in white, while the other two come in black. These three projectors are expected to ship in September of 2019.
Each projector has a high contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1, and with their 3LCD technology, each produces as many color lumens as they do white lumens. This, combined with the high lumen count, means you can expect these projectors to cut through some serious ambient light.
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