Epson Unveils Two New Sub-$1,000 Full HD Projectors

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Epson-HC2100.jpgEpson has unveiled two new sub-$1,000 3LCD projectors. The Home Cinema 2100 (shown here, $849) and the Home Cinema 2150 ($899) are 1080p projectors with a rated light output of 2,500 lumens and a rated contrast ratio of 60,000:1. Both offer 1.6x zoom, vertical lens shift, frame interpolation, a built-in speaker, and MHL support. The 2150 adds MiraCast wireless capability to stream content from compatible mobile devices. Both projectors are available now.

From Epson
Epson has unveiled the Home Cinema 2100 and Home Cinema 2150 projectors--offering consumers affordable and versatile options for the ultimate big-screen upgrade. These projectors are ideal for big-game parties in the living room and family movie nights outdoors, with 2,500 lumens of equal color and white brightness and remarkable color accuracy. The Home Cinema 2100 and 2150 create an immersive entertainment experience with bright, Full HD images up to 11 feet diagonal or more--four times larger than a 60-inch TV.

Portable and powerful, the projectors deliver excellent image quality and a dynamic contrast ratio of up to 60,000:1 for rich detail. The Home Cinema 2100 and 2150 offer incredible value and features--including built-in sound, 1.6x zoom, and 3LCD technology for vibrant, rainbow artifact-free images. Additionally, the projectors add vertical lens shift which allows users to place the compact projectors virtually anywhere, from a bookshelf to a table, and enjoy 132-inch video games, sports, movies, and TV shows.

"Epson Home Cinema projectors will make your home the place to be for friends and family--delivering immersive entertainment to any room or outdoor space for the ultimate social entertainment experience," said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, Projectors, Epson America. "A TV simply can't beat a home theater projector at putting up a jaw-dropping, big-screen image, and Epson's new lineup delivers premium picture quality and outstanding value."

The projectors offer a range of connectivity options to make streaming easy, including 2x HDMI ports to connect HDMI devices and MHL compatibility to source content from phones, tablets and compatible streaming devices. The wireless Home Cinema 2150 adds screen mirroring using Miracast to wirelessly stream photos, videos and apps from an Android tablet or smartphone, as well as Windows PCs.

Home Cinema 2100 and 2150 Key Features:
Epson Home Cinema projectors are designed to meet a range of home entertainment needs and turn an average movie night into a memorable experience with incredible, bright images up to 132 inches that bring every detail to life.
• Bright Images: 2,500 lumens of equal color and white brightness for vibrant images in a variety of lighting conditions
• Advanced Projection Technology: Image Enhancement and Frame Interpolation for smooth,
sharp, true-to-life images
• Stream HDTV, Movies, Video Games and More: Support HDMI and MHL-enabled devices for
content mirroring and charging
• Flexible Positioning: Vertical lens shift and 1.6x zoom allow for quick and easy installation in a variety of spaces
• Remarkable Color Accuracy: 3LCD technology for up to 3x Higher Color Brightness and 3x
Wider Color Gamut over competitive DLP projectors
• Versatile Connectivity: 2x HDMI ports to connect your cable/satellite box, Blu-ray Disc player, gaming console or streaming device

Availability and Support
The Home Cinema 2100 ($849 MSRP) and Home Cinema 2150 ($899 MSRP) are available now through select e-tailers and retailers nationwide and the Epson online store. Epson projectors include a two-year limited warranty, 90-day limited lamp warranty, toll-free access to Epson's PrivateLine priority technical support, and free two-business-day exchange with Extra Care Home Service.

Additional Resources
• Visit the Epson website for more product informstion.
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