Epson's new additions to its EpiqVision home entertainment line make streaming to your home theater easy. The new Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300, EpiqVision Mini EF12, and Mini EF11 are all equipped with 4K resolution and Google Chromecast built-in, as well as scene-based color correction and color accuracy.
The LS300 is built with an ultra-short-throw design that enables it to sit mere inches away from the wall for screenless viewing and a 120-inch image, or it can be paired with the Epson Silverflex ALR screen. It also features a sound system designed and built by Yamaha, as well as Android TV built-in.
Both the Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 Smart Streaming Laser Projector and Mini EF11 Laser Projector are equipped with Epson's MicroLaser multi-array technology for auto picture skew and a user-friendly interface. The EF12 has built-in Android TV and the same Yamaha drivers as the LS300. The EF11'S HDMI port provides access to a variety of streaming services and devices including Apple TV and Roku. Both new additions can display images up to 150 inches.
All three new projectors will be available in November, with the EpiqVision Ultra LS300 retailing for $1,999, the EpiqVision Mini EF12 retailing for $999, and the Mini EF11 retailing for $799.
• Visit the Epson website and read the press release for further info and product specs
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