The Epson PowerLite 1735W is an ultimate portable projector with stunning widescreen performance, fast and simple wireless connectivity and a sleek, convenient design. Native WXGA (1280 x 800) resolution makes it easy to deliver images from your widescreen notebook or HD video content - all with amazing clarity. And, your images will shine bright in any room with 3000 lumens (both color and white light output). Weighing under 4.0 lbs, the PowerLite 1735W travels with you wherever your presentations take you. And, there's no need for bulky VGA cables.
The projector is ready in a flash with its simple wireless quick connection key. Use a standard USB cable for USB display, or a USB memory device for PC-free presentations. The PowerLite 1735W is even energy efficient. Its long-life E-TORL lamp lasts up to 4000 hours. That means you save on expenses, without sacrificing light output or clarity of detail. With the full-featured, energy-efficient Epson PowerLite 1735W, you have the power to present and impress, virtually anywhere.
Reviewed by 2 customers
although its a little outdated, this projector has a very impressive feature set. the package also includes new bulb. my biggest complaint is the lack of adequate setup documentation; it only included a brief quickstart guide which wasn't very helpful with getting the wifi feature working. no problem, great phone support is a part of the deal - one call to epson and I was up and running. there is no hdmi which requires some improvising. I tried epson's movie streaming software, which is ok, but misses the mark. (there is a OS X native version, thank you Epson). when you send video to projector over the builtin wifi, audio goes with it as well; sound plays though the projector's tiny speaker, and you can imagine what that sounds like. there is an audio out but you'd have to run a very long cable to the front the room where the speakers are. this misses the whole point. I have not found an easy way to separate the two. hence, as solution, I purchased an old first-gen appleTV that also has composite video out. this is how I send video to projector. the audio stays near my mac mini, which is near the screen and speakers. no wires are needed. very happy with this setup and the projector. certainly will look at Epson when I upgrade.
Very good, I like it. But it is only one bulb, so I also worry about the life of bulb. But it is a good deal for the price.