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Epson PowerLite 1795F 3LCD 1080p full HD wireless mobile projector with carrying case and fast and easy image adjustments, a bright mobile powerhouse for presentations and wireless video streaming
|You Save:||$85.99 (9%)|
|Hardware Interface||USB, HDMI|
|Display Resolution||2049 x 1080|
|Light Source Wattage||214 Watts|
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- Lightweight and travel friendly — thin as a laptop; weighs just 4 lb
- Look for two numbers — 3,200 lumens1 Color Brightness for more accurate, vivid color 3,200 lumens1 White Brightness for well-lit rooms.
- Brilliant Full HD performance — 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080) for sharp, widescreen images.
- Wireless — project from your laptop, tablet, or smartphone (3) without plugging into the projector, so you can move freely about the room.
- Far more accurate color with Epson — 3LCD, 3-chip technology for 3x Higher Color Brightness (2) and up to 3x Wider Color Gamut (4) than competitive DLP projectors.
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* Based on TFCinfo: US Projector Brand Customer Perception and Preference Study, Projectors 2017.
Far More Accurate Color with Epson
- Left: 1-chip DLP Projector
- Right: Epson 3LCD Projector
Portable HD 1080p, Wireless Projector with Miracast and Auto Image Adjustment
- Slim, sleek design; 4 lb
- Color Brightness: 3,200 lumens
- White Brightness: 3,200 lumens
- HD 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080)
- Project wirelessly from devices
- 3x Higher Color Brightness
- Auto horiz./vert. keystone
- Supports MHL-enabled devices
- Quick setup; on-screen QR code
- HDMI connectivity
- Supports full wireless mirroring for Miracast-enabled devices
- Project up to a 300" image size
Lightweight and Travel Friendly
Thin as a laptop; weighs just 4 lb.
Impactful Images and Presentations
3,200 lumens (1) Color Brightness for more accurate, vivid color and 3,200 lumens (1) White Brightness for well-lit rooms.
Full HD Performance
1080p full HD images quality (1920 x 1080) for an uncompromised image quality.
Project from your laptop, tablet or smartphone wirelessly, or project videos and apps from your device using Miracast.
Fast, Easy Image Adjustments
Auto horizontal and vertical keystone correction, plus Screen Fit to quickly adjust the image to fit the screen, even if the projector is placed off center.
Share HD Videos
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.
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Built for business travel, the ultra portable PowerLite 1795F projector features Full HD wireless widescreen performance, plus convenient Miracast streaming. This ultra thin, 4 lb model provides 3,200 lumens of color brightness, 3,200 lumens of white brightness (1) and 1080p resolution — ideal for Full HD-quality content. Offering 3x Higher Color Brightness (2) than competitive models, Epson 3LCD projectors ensure bright, vivid presentations. Featuring Miracast, the latest in wireless connectivity, the 1795F can mirror content from a smartphone or streaming device (3). It also supports Chromecast, Roku and MHL-enabled devices. And, its auto horizontal and vertical keystone correction offer fast, easy image adjustments.
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. The projectors used by a third-party lab for measuring color brightness were leading Epson 3LCD business and education projectors and leading 1-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD sales data for June 2013 through May 2014 and PMA Research sales data for Q1 through Q3 2013.
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 our official site for details.
4. Gamut volume of leading Epson business and education projectors compared to leading 1-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD data for June 2013 through May 2014. Volume is measured in 3D in the CIE L*a*b* coordinate space.
5. Based on TFCinfo: US Projector Brand Customer Perception and Preference Study, Multimedia Projectors 2016.
6. Color brightness (color light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Color brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. The projectors used by a third-party lab for measuring color brightness were leading 3LCD projectors and leading 1-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD sales data for June 2013 through May 2014 and PMA Research sales data for Q1 through Q3 2013.
7. Data source: ProjectorCentral.com, Feb. 2015. Average of 1,420 shipping models for which the manufacturers provided lumens and total power data, all resolutions and brightness levels. Energy efficiency was measured as wattage per lumen. It was measured for both 3LCD and 1-chip projectors in each of six brightness segments. 3LCD projectors averaged less required electricity per lumen in each of the six segments.
8. Leading 3LCD business and education projectors vs. leading 1-chip DLP projectors, selected according to NPD data as of July 2015. Based on U.S. research conducted by Radius Research.
9. Depending on your MHL device, charging may not be supported.
10. Expedited shipping not available in all areas. Road Service orders must be in by 3 p.m. Eastern Time for Next-Business-Day delivery.
11. For convenient and reasonable recycling options, visit our official site.
12. SmartWay is an innovative partnership of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that reduces greenhouse gases and other air pollutants and improves fuel efficiency.
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I am a consultant and professional trainer and in a constant search for the perfect presentation combination. I use a Surface Pro (latest version) with an I7, 16G RAM and 500G storage. I own 3 Epson projectors, the 9200, the 1751 and now the 1795F. All 3 of these have decent pictures, the reason I purchased the 1795 was the size and brightness, it gains about 1000 lumen from the 1751 and is HD (a little bit lower than WUXGA so the 9200 has a better picture).
I had high expectations with this projector and again I am disappointed by the under performance. The wireless is useless, terrible lag, video is VERY choppy and the audio wasn't even recognizable, just hissing and crackling. Switch to Miracast (another reason for purchase), I was using an Actiontec ScreenBeam 750 for wireless to the other 2 projectors, as far as connectivity it has been flawless. The Miracast on the 1795 is good, not great, connects up quickly but there is some slight choppiness on video (I wouldn't attempt watching a video on this), this chop is prevalent on local video (streaming from the Surface Pro) as well as if watching a youtube video. I've called Epson on this and they can offer nothing, seriously even a 20mps wireless connection should be able to handle streaming video smoothly and they have no answer why the video is choppy. If you want a semblance of decent video, hardwire to HDMI (still not flawlless).
Lets boil this down, if you want a compact, light, easy to pack, bright projector that has Miracast and don't embed videos in your presentations, this will work but its overpriced and loaded with features that don't work.
Hope this helps...
Used extensively for travel and presentations, a good resolution for photo/video, and does a great job of self-focus. I very rarely have to tweak anything, except when I'm in a bad room with steep angles and poor projection surface. Even then, it gets pretty close on its own to squaring up the screen.
The auto-adjust is a little sensitive to movement, say if someone bumps the table hard enough. It will sense the change and readjust, which is distracting at times.
The remote is effective. This allows USB as a video hookup, but this was unusably laggy in my experience, and also caused stutter in my video/audio output. (Windows 8 Pro, Lenovo laptop of 2016 vintage.) I switched back to HDMI, and all problems ceased.
One thing to be aware of, if this needs repair, you may have mixed results with Epson. On a previous projector (same model), I was forced to check my bag on the airline, and found that when I got it back later, the corner of the projector had been cracked where the leveling leg is. Epson sent me to an authorized repair center, which could not fix the issue because Epson did not supply those parts. The projector functions fine, just does not have the screw-down leveling leg working any more. So, good example of how tough it is, I guess, still works after a good smack, but would love to have some repair option besides a DIY epoxy fix.
Great picture, intuitive when you plug anything into it, and love the auto-adjust keystone feature. However...
If you want to use this to watch and listen to something, don't buy it. I have read most of the manual, plugged several audio sources into it and nothing happens. I guess it only lets you feed audio into it to use it's speakers. Bummer.
I would return it, but my window apparently just closed on even product support. I just tried plugging in a speaker a few days ago and am really upset I spend $800 on just a fancy presentation projector, when I can get a much cheaper one that at least has an AUDIO OUT!!!!
Several audience members commented on how bright and clear to display was. A few said it was the best display they had ever seen and that the picture was so clear and crisp that it looks like a television, not a projected image.
Others will talk about the lumens, how it does the magic tricks, brightness, etc. I want it simple and predictable. This projector more than fits that bill.
Top reviews from other countries
The network configuration is not user friendly. I found my home network and entered the password; but the projector does not tell you whether you are successfully connected or not. One thing I wasn't expect was the noise level. The project gets hot pretty quick and the fan becomes very loud. I also connected my PS4 and played a few games. It is not good for gaming because it does not show dark very well. I mostly use the project for my computer, so I am happy with the overall performance.