Epson has unveiled new streaming 1080p laser projectors in the EpiqVision lineup, the Ultra LS300 ($1,999), Mini EF12 ($999) and Mini EF11 ($799), all available from November. The units include built-in Android TV, audio by Yamaha and combined laser-array projection technology. According to Epson, all are primed for gaming and streaming functionality with channels available including Hulu, HBO, Prime Video, and YouTube.
The LS300 will be available in white or black as a standalone UST projector, or as a bundled package with a 100-inch ($2,999) or a 120-inch ambient light rejecting screen ($3,999).
“Entertainment at home has never been more important and streaming movies, TV, gaming, and sports keeps getting bigger and bigger,” said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, projectors, Epson America, Inc. “With Epson EpiqVision we are bringing streaming directly to our projectors. And, with the EF12 and LS300 users can stream big, bright, beautiful content straight out of the box to enjoy all their favorite shows, movies and sports like never before. Before there was television and now there is Epson EpiqVision.”
The Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300 Smart Streaming Laser Projector (above) has ultra short throw (UST) capability and can be placed inches from a wall and leverages multi-array laser image tech.
The Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 (above) and EF11 can each produce a 150-inch image size and both weigh in at under five pounds. With a MicroLaser multi-array light source, the EF12 also includes auto focus correction and built-in Android TV.
The EF11 (above), meanwhile, has a built-in HDMI port for connection to Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, or Android TV.
Yamaha has provided the audio technologies – including drivers and woofers – for the LS300 and Mini EF12, and Dolby Audio is onboard. Epson EpiqVision Ultra solutions come with the company’s renowned service program, private line toll-free access to Epson’s priority support, and standard two-year next-business-day, unit replacement limited warranty. For more information and detailed specs, visit Epson.
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