Posted Wed Aug 28, 2013 at 11:00 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
The Epson Home Cinema 2030 1080p projector promises performance and value for households.
Epson has detailed its new PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 projector. The device offers 1080p video in 2D and 3D at up to 300" and also features a more compact design. In addition, the Home Cinema 2030 uses 3LCD, 3-chip technology that provides 2,000 lumens of color brightness and 2,000 lumens of white brightness, creating a vibrant, detailed image.
The projector also includes a built-in speaker for internal sound, and supports MHL devices through its HDMI port, allowing users to transmit and stream media from their MHL enabled smartphones, tablets, and other mobile gadgets.
"We are very excited to release Epson's most compact 1080p projector under $1,000, offering customers not only impressive image quality in both 2D and 3D but at a great price," said Jason Palmer, marketing manager, Epson America. "This is Epson's first-ever MHL-enabled home cinema projector, giving users the ability to instantly access their favorite HD content from an MHL-supported device – you can easily stream Netflix from a Roku stick and watch the latest blockbuster movie on the big screen for the ultimate entertainment at home on the big screen."
The PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 is currently listed on Amazon for a suggested retail price of $999 and should be available at the beginning of September.
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