Epson has announced four new high definition projector systems at this year’s IFA, offering a range of features for different budgets. Get ready for some specs…
The EH-TW420 is one of Epson’s more entry level 3LCD projectors, offering 720p projection, 2,000 ANSI lumens brightness, decent connectivity including HDMI and USB, various colour modes including a game mode to better process fast moving images, in-built 7W speaker, and keystone correction.
Retailing for around £649 and available from September.
The EH-TW3000 offers full 1080p high definition projection using 3LCD technology, boasting 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, full 10-bit video processing, two HDMI inputs, 2.1x optical zoom, horizontal and vertical lens shift, and just 22dB of fan noise.
Retailing for around £1,299 and available from October.
The EH-TW3800 offers 1080p projection, 20,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 2,000 ANSI lumens of brightness, 10-bit video processing, and x.v.Colour. It’s also ISF certified and can be professionally calibrated.
Retailing for around £1,999 and available from October.
Stepping up into serious videophile territory, the EH-TW5000 offers full 1080p, 75,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 1,600 ANSI lumens of brightness, 12-bit video processing, HQV video processor, frame interpolation and 4:4 pull-down, x.v.Colour mode, and two HDMI inputs. It can also be used with an optional anamorphic lens, for a true cinematic experience.
Retailing for around £2,399 and available from October.