Epson has announced two new projectors - the EMP800 and the EMP810.

The former is a 1,500 ANSI Lumens projector, while the EMP810 offers the brighter option of 2,000 ANSI Lumens.

Both models feature a projection lens that enables a large screen (60 inches) to be projected within a shorter distance (1.8 metres). They also use Colour Reality, a colour processing technology that improves colour uniformity, produces clear pictures and reduces noise.

There are six projection modes on both the EMP800 and EMP810, these include sRGB for colour management, high brightness mode, presentation mode for colour reproduction in dark environments, and meeting mode for high contrast text and charts.

The EMP-810 has additional features, including a 0.9-inch Dream Panel that reduces flicker, according to Epson. This projector also has a high zoom ratio, which allows the image size to be altered without moving the projector, and a new video wall application that allows four projectors to display a quarter of the image each.

Pricing for both projectors has yet to be announced.