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Have you ever attempted to show a group of friends an awesome video on your iPhone or iPad, and then had to pass your device around so that everyone can watch it back with a decent view? With the Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD, you can project your latest home recording onto any white background so that all of your friends — heck, even your whole street! — can get a good view first time around.
What makes the MegaPlex great for iOS (formerly iPhone OS) users is its built-in dock that features a 30-pin connector compatible with your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad. That means all you have to do is stick your device inside and hit play. But it’s not just for iOS devices; it’ll also play nicely with your computer, games console, Blu-ray player, and many other smartphones and tablets. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s not just high-end, feature-rich projectors that Epson release into the market. They are also hoping to pull gamers apart from their control pads with the attractively priced EH-TW480 Home Theatre Projector.
The projectors are boasting Epson’s latest 3LCD technology with HD Ready at resolutions of 720p for super sharp images at wall-filling sizes and that are far more affordable than their flatscreen counterparts.
Quick response times mean that Gaming fanatics can stay competitive using the projector, with contrast ratios of 3,000:1 and brightness levels of 2,800 lumens offering vibrant images even in sunny ambient conditions. Read the rest of this entry »
Lose the cables and enjoy the Epson EH-TW6000W Full HD 3D Wireless projector, one of the first home projectors to feature wireless Full HD projection with 3D technology. With the Epson EH-TW6000W Full HD 3D wireless projector, you can watch films, sports or play video games in stunning quality with the lights on or off by connecting wirelessly to Blu-ray players, laptops and other devices for a real cinematic experience.
Epson has introduced no less than five new Epson 3D models: the EH-TW9000, EH-TW9000W, EH-TW5900, EH-TW6000, and EH-TW6000W. Some of these model numbers look pretty similar but actually the extra ‘W’ at the end of two of the names is very significant. For it signifies that – in a first for the projector world – the TW9000W and TW6000W support wireless HD. This system allows full HD signals to be broadcast wirelessly from any HDMI-carrying sources to the projector, finally doing away with the cabling problems that usually accompany a projector installation. The Wireless HD standard even supports the ‘beaming’ of full HD 3D images from source to projector, and from reports, there was absolutely no sign of any interference or loss of quality reported from the transmission system, with either 2D or 3D sources. Read the rest of this entry »
Projectors have a notorious reputation for being expensive, hard to move around and a hassle to get working properly, but the new pocket projector from 3M, the MPro 150 is set to address all those issues and more.
The MPro 150 is about as small as projectors get and as the name implies it can fit easily into most pockets, unless you’re a fan of really tight jeans. It measures in at 20 mm x 6 mm x 13 mm (H,W,D) and weighs just 0.2 kg.
The MPro 150 combines several applications into one exceptionally portable package which frees the user from carrying around a notebook. The device itself sports an attractive design, nothing too fancy, but pretty enough as far as projectors goes. A series of buttons make controlling the onboard graphical user interface (GUI) easy and also controls settings such as volume and brightness. Read the rest of this entry »
With a name more recognised in things to do with printing, Epson is a company that knows a thing or several about reproducing images. It has subsequently applied this pixel-reproducing know-how to front projection for quite some time now and also laid claim to the world’s first LCD video imaging projector launched back in 1989. Jump some 21 years and Epson has a multitude of models on offer, with this, the EH-TW3500, being one of the most affordable full-HD home theater projectors thus far.
The next generation D7 LCD panels offer enhanced image quality and an impressive 36,000:1 high contrast ratio ensures clear, sharp and defined images as well as superb brightness for any light situation. This projector complies with the x.v.Colour standard which ensures a wider colour production area to support perfectly smooth video playback. In addition to refined image quality, Epson has included a 10 bit Pixel Works video processor chip to bring added smoothness and clarity to even fast moving pictures on screen, especially important when using the latest games consoles.
Despite its intricate technical capabilities, the EH-TW3500 is quick and easy to install and set up. A x2.1 optical zoom capability, and a wide horizontal/vertical lens shift, makes image adjustment flexible and easy in any setting. This projector also boasts wide connectivity options, including two HDMI version 1.3 inputs. Quieter fan operation also means the viewer can enjoy the movie to the full.
• Full HD 1080p with high-definition 1920 x 1080p resolution for wide screen HD Cinema at home
• Superior image quality with Epson’s 3LCD technology (D7 panel)
• High dynamic contrast ratio of 36 000:1
• Super-high brightness of 1800 ANSI Lumens
• Wide colour space and full 10 bit video processing (Pixel Works scaler)
• Wide connectivity (easy connection to DVD/Blu-ray player, digital TV Tuner, Set top box, games consoles, computers and digital cameras) with 2 x HDMI 1.3 inputs (true 1080p signal video processing)
• Easy and flexible to install : convenient horizontal and vertical lens shift, ceiling mount possibility, wide range of projection distances, optical zoom x 2.1
• Really quiet projection: 22 dB fan noise
• Stylish and new white design
• Dimensions 45W x 13.5H x 35D cm
• 2 years warranty on projector and 3 years/3000 hours on lamp