New projectors quietly slip on to shelves almost every day, but Epson’s new EH-TW570 which forms part of its updated Home Cinema series certainly caught our attention. They combine 1080p images with active 3D tech for a price that home theater builders shouldn’t immediately dismiss. The flagship EH-TW570 can output 3,300 lumens while maintaining a contrast ratio of 200,000:1. Both also include the ability to convert 2D content to 3D on the fly.
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And in comes their business-minded EB-1430Wi which sports a level of 3,300 lumens that matches the resolution and aspect display of most laptops. With up to a 100-inch screen-size, a multi-source video conference and presentation can be displayed in split-screen, without compromising on image size. Its bigger and bolder brother, The EB-1985WU, is a desktop projector with 4,800 lumens of CLO offers crisp, clear images and full HD resolution. Its wide-ranging connectivity includes two HDMI inputs, MHL and Intel WiDi/Wi-Fi Certified Miracast technology. Users can display and control content from their Apple and Android devices using the Epson iProjection application, while the Automatic Screen Fit function adjusts focus, zoom, horizontal and vertical keystone all at the touch of a button.
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For those in classrooms, the EB-585Wi is sure too much of an appealing deal. This ultra-short-throw projector delivers high-quality classroom presentations with a large, widescreen image. Multi-PC projection software allows teachers and students to share the content simultaneously, while the moderator function keeps teachers in control at all times. With a CLO output of 3,300 lumens that delivers sharp, clear images even in daylight, the Epson EB-585W offers a lamp life of up to 6,000 hours. Epson is keeping on the mum when it comes to pricing of these beuties, meanwhile we’ve attached a few droolworthy high res images.
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