Epson PowerLite 1780W vs Epson PowerLite 5510 Other comparison
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|Release date||February 2017||January 2017|
Projection system & image
|Aspect ratio||16:10 (WXGA)||4:3 (XGA)|
|Brightness||3,000 ANSI||5,500 ANSI|
|Throw||0.8 - 6.7 ||1.6 - 7.7 |
|Vertical lens shift|
|Horizontal lens shift|
|Fan noise||39.0 dB||38.0 dB|
|Lamp life||7,000 hours||10,000 hours|
|Height||5 cm||16 cm|
|Weight||1.8 kg||6.9 kg|
|Power usage||290 w||462 w|
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Comparison of both projectors: Epson PowerLite 1780W vs Epson PowerLite 5510The Epson PowerLite 1780W was released in February 2017; the Epson PowerLite 5510 arrived in the market in January 2017.
Concerning the projection system specifications, the Epson PowerLite 1780W has a low brightness (3,000 ANSI) compared to the brightness of the Epson PowerLite 5510: 5,500 ANSI whereas the Epson PowerLite 1780W has a higher contrast of 10,000:1, the Epson PowerLite 5510 having only 15,000:1. The Epson PowerLite 1780W has a lower resolution of 1280x800 than the Epson PowerLite 5510 having 1024x768.
As for the image system, the Epson PowerLite 1780W doesn't have the vertical shift, but the Epson PowerLite 5510 has it, and both projectors have the vertical lens shift and the horizontal shift, which means that you can put your projector at a place somewhat on the side of the screen and above or under it.. None of the projectors have the 3d mode.
The Epson PowerLite 1780W is not HDMI compatible, it has a VGA IN port, the Epson PowerLite 1780W doesn't have an audio out, and has a USB port. The Epson PowerLite 5510 is HDMI compatible, it has a VGA IN port, the Epson PowerLite 5510 has an audio out, and has a USB port.