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Epson EMP TW600 Projector

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-16 14:55:00
Epson EMP TW600 Projector : The high end surround system has been selected or is already installed, yet the right projector for stunning cinema experience at home is missing. The high end system should feature high contrast ratio, sufficient brightness and the best projection technology! Is this enough? What do you think of a special cinema filter? A real 16:9 format? Perfect resolution? Future-proof connectivity? "Moving" lenses for perfect alignment? All this in one system? Of course! The new Epson EMP-TW600 provides highest viewing pleasure. Easy-on-the-eye through 3LCD technology and an appealing design. The right "partner" for the ultimate home cinema is priced 1,999 Euro and available in September or October 2005.

Epson Projector EMP-TWD1 home cinema center

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-06 19:50:00
Epson EMP-TWD1 home cinema center : Listening, viewing, enjoying. 3:0 for Epson's new projector. Elegant design, ease of use and highest convenience. Just one device is sufficient for the extraordinary cinema experience. The latest device of Epson's home cinema range combines DVD player, surround system and projector. This device provides a crystal clear image of the 5th Epson 3LCD-technology generation. The DVD player and the JVC sound system compliment the combined device. For an home cinema experience just plug in the power cable, insert the DVD and press start - and films, sport events and concerts are displayed at home. The benefit: A large room is not required. A 1.20m wide image can be generated at a distance of just 1.50m.

Epson Mini Projector Using LED Light Source

Jasper Huitink : 2005-09-06 11:10:03
Epson Mini LED projector introduction using LED light source : Epson today announced that it had succeeded in developing a prototype postcard-sized mini-projector using an LED light source. With a footprint of just 13.8 centimeters by 10.3 centimeters (just smaller than a sheet of A6 paper) and a slender profile, the 500-gram prototype can fit easily into the palm of your hand. The Epson LED mini-projector can be viewed at first hand by visitors to the IFA 2005 trade show to be held in Berlin, Germany, from September 2 to 7. Although the company has no immediate plans to market the mini-projector, company representatives believes that the prototype demonstrates just how compact mobile 3LCD projectors could one day become.

Epson PowerLite 760c and PowerLite 765c projectors

Mark Peters : 2005-05-23 08:30:00
Epson PowerLite 760c and PowerLite 765c projectors : Epson America Inc. is again enhancing its line of Commuter Series multimedia projectors with the introduction of the Epson PowerLite 760c and PowerLite 765c. Building off the successes of the Epson PowerLite 740c and PowerLite 745c, the PowerLite 760c (3.8 pounds) and PC-free/wireless PowerLite 765c (3.9 pounds), respectively, replace these models, offering new features such as Instant Off(TM), quieter operation as low as 35-39 db, enhanced PC-free performance and 32-bit color output. Both models feature native-XGA resolution (1,024 x 768) and up to 2,500-ANSI lumens of brightness, while maintaining sleek, travel-friendly designs (7.6"D x 10.9"W x 2.7"H).

Epson PowerLite S3 multi-purpose projector

Mark Peters : 2005-05-17 13:45:00
Epson PowerLite S3 multi-purpose projector : Epson Canada Ltd. today introduced the PowerLite S3 multi-purpose projector, designed for office, classroom and home applications, and offering 1,600 ANSI-lumens of brightness and SVGA (800 x 600) native resolution. Housed in a 5.6 lb design, it’s driven by Epson’s 3LCD technology. When the power button on the unit is pressed, a verification tone sounds, and in five seconds, the projected image will begin to appear on the screen. The device automatically recognizes if a cable from a computer or video device has been plugged into one of its input ports, and then displays that signal immediately without having to press any buttons.

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