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Dec 13th, 2016
Effortlessly enjoy the big-screen experience at home
Christmas is such a magical time, that tastes the best when you are spending it with you loves ones. I am a massive fun of movie nights, and Christmas movie nights are such a fun hassle-free family activity. But instead of dragging all your siblings and aunties to the cinema, why don’t you bring cinema home! Epson offers high-quality yet affordable Full HD home cinema projectors that bring the big screen viewing experience into your home. The EH-TW5350, EH-TW5300 and EH-TW5210 are each capable of delivering bright, sharp and clear Full HD 1080p images, in both 2D and 3D. In fact, with these projectors you can watch a movie every day on the big screen for the next 11 years without changing the lamp.
Delivering large images from 34” up to 332”, these projectors are aimed at people who want to create a truly big-screen experience at home. Enjoy stunning Full HD entertainment with clearly-defined detail and deep blacks, with up to 35,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. The EH-TW5350 also includes built-in Miracast, which means that you can wirelessly share media from your iPhone.
With a compact and curved design, these affordable and versatile projectors look great around the home while delivering all the latest technology. Their digital connectivity and built-in 5W speaker means they can be put to use with a minimal hassle. That’s so important if you don’t feel like a tech geek (that’s me!).
It allows to relish clearer, sharper and smoother fast-moving action in bright, vivid Full HD 2D and 3D. All thanks to Frame Interpolation and Image Enhancement technology. Easily connect and switch between two digital devices such as a Blu-Ray player and games console.
Using Epson’s revolutionary 3LCD technology, all three projectors include a newly-developed noise cancelling chip that helps deliver the clearest, sharpest images yet. With a White and Colour Light Output of 2,200 lumens, these projectors are bright enough to be used in ambient light and during the day.
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