The Home Cinema 4010 4K PRO-UHD is the latest Ultra HD and HDR-capable value projector from Epson. With the latest iteration of PRO-UHD pixel-shifting technology and full coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut, it turns your Ultra HD Blu-rays and other high-res sources into stunning images with high contrast and saturated color.
The next stop on my journey through budget Ultra HD projectors is Epson’s Home Cinema 4010. With third-generation PRO-UHD pixel shift technology, full DCI-P3 color gamut coverage, HDR, and 3D, it looks to be a real winner in the under $2000 price category.
Three years ago, Epson introduced a new line of models called High Bright. They were designed to work in rooms with some ambient light or windows. The reasoning is that not everyone wants to devote a light-controlled space...
Epson projectors have always led the pack in value, but this year they’ve truly outdone themselves with the new Pro Cinema 6040UB. It features Ultra HD via pixel-shift plus HDR and a motorized lens for less than $4000.
Epson announced today two new projectors for the 4k market: Pro Cinema 6040UB and Pro Cinema 4040. Epson is an international corporation that offers a wide range of products to the consumer...
How can you watch a 300-inch diagonal image for only $359.99? With the Epson Home Cinema 640 projector, that’s how. Not to mention that it weighs less than six pounds and fits in a backpack.
It wasn't long ago that a projector with lens shift would cost you at least $2,500. Epson's new Home Cinema 3500 3LCD Projector breaks that barrier with an MSRP of $1,600. In addition you get a full set of calibration controls, 3D and plenty of light output.
Here's what you get with the Cinema 2030: 2,000 lumens of brightness, 3D, HDMI with MHL, USB with networking capability, and a built-in speaker. Here's what you'll have to move up in price for: lens shift, higher quality optics, lower black levels, THX certification, and wireless HDMI. If you're looking for a portable projector that works in a variety of environments, and can connect to any conceivable video source, I don't believe you'll have to look any further! Let's check it out.
Recently I reviewed Epson's new Home Cinema 3020e projector and found it to be a tremendous value in the under $2000 class. It offers killer 3D, wireless HDMI, and superb image for less than the price of a 60-inch TV. It was only natural that I should also check out its big brother, the Home Cinema 5020UBE.