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The BrightLink Wi is mostly identical to its sibling, though there are a few major differences between the two. This comparison is designed to show you exactly what the Epson BrightLink Wi has to offer, plus help you decide which is the better choice for you personally. What makes the Wi different from the Wi we reviewed this year? For one, the price. The Epson BrightLink Wi has lower brightness too. The Wi and Wi have a native aspect ratio of , a Both offer a hour lamp life, video compatibility with component, S-video and composite video, plus HDTV in p and i.
BrightLink projectors are known for the connectivity and interactivity, and the Wi is no exception. Both the Wi and the Wi offer wired networking capabilities, plus boast HDMI inputs that are compatible with many outside sources anything from laptops and gaming consoles to satellite and cable boxes. Both are Mac and Windows compatible.
They are highly interactive, coming with two interactive pens. Two pens means that a student and teacher can work on problems together instead of passing the interactive pen back and forth—a plus.
The on-board interactive tools let you annotate over video signals like HDMI and composite without installing any additional software, but if you install the software you can actually save your annotations! Very cool. These well-designed projectors are ideal for classroom and business environments because of their connectivity, interactivity and placement flexibility.
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