Epson EB-96W

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Epson EB-96W

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Product description

Epson EB-96W

Suitable for
  • 60% Business
  • 20% School
  • 20% Private


The all-rounder for most applications. The Epson EB-96W is prepared for a variety of uses.

Equipped with a 16 watt speaker, Presentation's accompanied with music are a breeze. Using the HDMI connection you are able to transmit digital data without loss of the quality. Use the USB port to connect directly from a USB flash drive. In addition, all devices have a 1.6 times optical zoom, so image adjustment is not a problem.


- 2700 ANSI lumens

- 1280 x 800 WXGA resolution

- 2000:1 Contrast


- 1.6-times zoom


power cable, VGA cable, remote control, software, password, stickers, instructions

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  • Product dimensions (height): 9.3 cm
  • Product dimensions (width) : 34.5 cm
  • Product dimensions (depth) : 26.3 cm
Technical data


Array Epson
Name Epson EB-96W
SKU 1160363
Manufacturers Code / SKU V11H384040
Products EAN 8715946475530
Application Office projector, School projector
ANSI lumens 2700
ANSI lumens (eco) 2160 ANSI lumens
Resolution 1280 x 800 WXGA
Contrast 2000 : 1
Operating noise 33 dB
Operating noise eco 28 dB
Lamp life 5000 hours
Projection ratio 1.48–1.77 :1
Inputs cinch video inputs, D-SUB 15pin (VGA), HDMI, RJ45, RS232, S-Video, USB-A, USB-B
Outputs D-SUB 15pin (VGA)
Projector features 2 VGA inputs, automatic keystone correction, Direct power on/off, Horizontal keystone correction, integrated speakers =>8 Watt, PC free, with remote, WLAN optional
Product dimensions (width) 34.5 cm
Product dimensions (height) 9.3 cm
Product dimensions (depth) 26.3 cm
Product weight (net) 0 kg
Weight 0 kg
Warranty 24 months
Condition New
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