Epson’s recent additions to its Home Cinema line offer consumers easy-to-use projectors that provide quality at a competitive price point with 3-chip 3LCD technology and built-in speakers.
Both the Home Cinema 2250 and 2200 have Android TV built-in and feature gamma uplift and 21:9 aspect ratio support for gaming, as well as full HD resolution, an HDMI port, and a built-in 10-watt bass reflex speaker. Additionally, the 2250 and 2200 both have image enhancement and frame interpolation, and both projectors feature Bluetooth connectivity.
The Home Cinema 1080 and 880 both feature 1080p resolution as well as a 2-watt built-in speaker. The 1080 is equipped with two HDMI ports, and the 880 features one.
Available now, the Home Cinema 2250 retails for $999.99, the 2200 for $899.99, the 1080 for $749.99, and the 880 for $599.99.
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