Epson is partnering with National Geographic in the fight against climate change, encouraging consumers and businesses to Turn Down the Heat with better technology choices.
Some technologies, like laser printers, can have high energy and environmental costs, but new “ground-breaking research” shows that the latest tech can significantly reduce those costs - while delivering other genuinely useful tech improvements.
Epson Australia’s new EpiqVision EH-LS300B smart laser projection TV system arrives in January 2021, delivering immersive image sizes up to 120 inches, in a real alternative to a traditional TV.
Epson Australia, along with Igloo Vision, has assisted Deakin University to create an immersive learning space for its arts and education students.
Computer peripherals maker Epson has launched its first premium partner program in Australia, an initiative under new managing director Craig Heckenberg, aimed at offering worthwhile benefits to current partners, attracting new partners and also creating new business and growth opportunities.
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