Epson BrightLink Pro 1430Wi Dual Touch-Enabled Interactive 3LCD Projector
BrightLink Pro table top projection set up
Epson BrightLink 1430Wi

Introducing Epson's BrightLink Pro 1430Wi

Revolutionize your whiteboard – intelligent, interactive, collaborative, touch-enabled solution

Get more out of every meeting with the BrightLink Pro 1430Wi touch-enabled collaborative white-boarding solution. BrightLink Pro 1430Wi integrates the utility of your whiteboard, projector and interactive display and easily connects to video conferencing equipment. It turns any surface into an interactive area on which you can annotate. Remote participants can use their mobile devices and write to the digital whiteboard in real time. Share notes easily; save, email or print directly - no PC or software required. Just turn it on and start writing with the pens or your fingers. Need more space? Add pages. It's the simplicity of whiteboarding, modernized for today's workforce.

Watch the video below and learn how lead artists at Bluecanvas use the interactive features of BrightLink Pro to project bright images, graphics and storyboards onto any wall to annotate and collaborate on designs. See how they easily email, print and share their work with clients – directly from the screen of their BrightLink Pro.

 

 

BrightLink Pro 1430Wi Key Features

 
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
Finger-Touch Enabled
Dynamic Video Conferencing
Highly Versatile File Formats
Multi-PC Projection
Use Any Application from Your Computer

Integrated Interactive System

Chief's unique Integrated Interactive System for the Epson Brightlink Pro combines a high performance projection surface with a precision projector mounting system. The system is bordered by one of three different finishes - a deep cherry, sleek aluminum or beautiful teak - to seamlessly fit in with the existing decor of any corporate setting.

Chief AN1 Series of interactive projection surface

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Download the BrightLink Pro 1430Wi PDF specs sheet.

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