Epson illuminates at EduTech 2022
On stand 222 from 10 -11 August at MCEC Melbourne

SYDNEY, 8 August 2022 – Epson returns to EduTech this year showcasing its popular range of education technology solutions, including ultra-short throw laser projectors and Heat-Free Technology printers, from 10 – 11 August at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) on stand 222.

While conventional whiteboards and panels are limited to pre-determined height and width, projectors have no such constraints. At EduTech Epson will demonstrate how you can easily set the size of the interactive area to fit the available space in your classroom.

You will also discover the Epson Inkjet advantage on their stand by comparing the performance of inkjet and laser devices which will help you make a sustainable printing choice. With less energy use and fewer replacement parts,
Epson Heat-Free Technology increases productivity and reduces environmental impact without compromise.

Visitors to Epson’s stand will also be able to see exactly why ‘Size Matters’, particularly for education environments, by comparing different screen sizes and viewing angles on the stand.


Featured in this space and powered by breakthrough laser technology, will be the interactive EB-1485Fi projector demonstrating how you can transform yesterday’s classroom into tomorrow’s collaborative learning space. It will compare a projected image onto 120-inch screen alongside a 75-inch panel for a true comparison.

WorkForce Pro WF-C579R printer

In the Heat-Free Technology area Epson will demonstrate its WorkForce Pro WF-C579R printer, bringing its signature inkjet technology, with low environmental impact, low intervention and high productivity, to workgroups wanting A4 mono and colour print capability. The multi-function WF-C579R colour printer offers significant Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) savings. Its impressive ink yields of up to 50,000 pages for black and 20,000 pages for colour – amongst the highest in the segment – help to deliver this low TCO, while offering minimal user intervention.

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Epson’s interactive EB-1485Fi projector
Epson will demonstrate its WorkForce Pro WF-C579R printer