Very lightweight and thin, Automatic vertical and horizontal keystone correction, Wi-Fi connectivity, Great still and video image quality.
Image quality, brightness, Autocorrection for display, Small size, Convenient setup and wireless connection.
Lacks the number of connectivity options of larger portable projectors, As an ultra-light projector, it doesn’t come cheap.
Noisy fan, Poor audio quality
By PC Mag on September 07, 2011
The Epson PowerLite 1775W is an impressively capable WXGA data projector: highly portable, WiFi enabled, and surprisingly bright for its small size....80
By ConsumerSearch on September 01, 2011
The Epson PowerLite 1775W projector earns top scores from a number of reviewers for the extremely bright, sharp, true-color picture. It is among the smallest projectors in display class, at about the size of a netbook and weighing in at just under 4...-
By CRN on May 09, 2011
Over the past two years there may have been some disruption in the projector segment of IT, but Epson has maintained a steady product line as it has worked to engage deeper with the solution provider channel. With the Epson PowerLite 1775W, the...-
By Projectors at Projector Reviews on February 20, 2011
We were duly impressed with the Epson 1775W. It improves upon the previous model (1735W) in picture quality and connectivity while maintaining all the features that made the 1735W popular. Also, it does all this in a slimmer package and at a...-
By ProjectorCentral on February 03, 2011
Epson's new 1775W projector is a step up in terms of convenience features for power presenters. It handles nearly any signal source, puts up a bright picture from a small package, and lets you leave your computer behind for certain kinds of...95