(October 30, 2020) Epson has released a stable of new
projector models designed with modern entertainment
enthusiasts in mind. Placing affordability, ease of use,
and convenience at the forefront, Epson’s latest reveals
deliver significant performance for the buck.
Epson’s EpiqVision lineup is gaining three new models.
Headlining the group is the Ultra LS300 Smart Streaming
Laser Projector, a short-throw laser-based design that’s
capable of projecting an image as large as 120-inches.
The LS300’s placement flexibility is extreme, possessing
the ability to sit just inches away from a wall. Buyers
can bundle it with a 100-inch or 120-inch SilverFlex
Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen for spectacular
lifestyle performance. Those bundles increase pricing
from $1,999 to $2,999 or $3,999, respectively.
יציאה לחנויות בנובמבר.
The EpiqVision Mini EF12 ($999) and Mini EF11 ($799) will
also ship in November. With less than five pounds of weight,
Epson’s MicroLaser multi-array technology, and simple user
interfaces, both models are portable and easy to deploy.
The EF12 boosts usability with autofocus correction and
Wi-Fi streaming via Android TV. And the EF11 can accommodate
outboard streaming solutions like Apple TV and Roku, thanks
to a built-in HDMI port.
While only capable of 1080p output, all three EpiqVision
projectors can accept 4K content. They also feature automatic
scene-based color correction, 3-chip LCD imagers, and
Chromecast Built-in to source content from a preferred device.
The LS3000 and EF12 offer advanced audio capabilities by way
of a discrete amplifier and Yamaha designed drivers.
Epson has also released four new 1080p Home Cinema projector
models. The Home Cinema 2250 ($999) and 2200 ($899) both
offer access to Wi-Fi streaming through Android TV, Bluetooth
functionality, built-in 10-watt bass-reflex speakers,
Google Assistant voice control, and gamma uplift with a
21:9 aspect ratio for gaming. The 2250’s 2,700 lumens of
output are complimented by a 70:000:1 contrast ratio, a
1.6-times zoom, and onboard lens shift.
Much like the 2250 and 2220, the step-down Home Cinema 1080 ($749.99)
and 880 ($599) also feature 3-chip 3LCD imagers and four preset
color modes. However, they lack onboard Android TV, lens shift,
gamma uplift and an ultra-wide 21:9 aspect ratio, and frame
interpolation modes. However, they do possess excellent brightness
(3,400 lumens and 3,300 lumens, respectively), 2-watt built-in
speakers, and full HD image capabilities.
כל ה 4 כבר נמצאים כרגע למחירה בחנויות .
מקרנים קידמיים - Front Projector.