Then, in 1994, the company reminds us that "it released the ELP-3000, a projector that connected to PCs and helped establish the culture of big-screen business presentations.
"Epson subsequently developed projectors for diverse fields beyond the office, including the home, education, and commercial facilities. The company has continued to lead the market, maintaining its position as the world's No.1 supplier of projectors for 19 successive years, and now achieving sales of 30 million units worldwide".
Yasunori Yoshino, COO of Epson’s Visual Products Operations Division said: "We are very proud to reach global projector sales of 30 million units. With the help of our customers, our projectors have realised excellent visual experiences and effective visual communications in business, education, the home, retail and digital art.
No doubt Yasunori Yoshino projects a bright future with tens of millions more sales to come.
EpiqVision EH-LS300B smart laser projection TV system
With their big-screen viewing capability and interactive functionality, Epson says it "is seeing increased demand for its business and home projectors, primarily due to expanded use of education applications and at-home requirements caused by the pandemic. Epson's strength derives from products that are based on core technologies and core devices that it has developed and manufactured itself, for example the high-temperature polysilicon TFT panels that are the core component of projectors".
You can watch last week’s launch event for the EpiqVision EH-LS300B smart laser projection TV system, which is coming to market in January 2021, as well as the EcoTank Pro ET-5800 printer aimed at small business, home offices and workgroups, the FastFoto app and two other remarkable printers below!