As people are starting to purchase and own smaller and smaller residential spaces, they are growing more aware of how to use their limited rooms. Therefore, many of them would reconsider spending their budgets on expensive 4K flat screens. Someone or some pet could bump into them, or they simply don’t have enough space for them. However, Epson is ready to offer a TV alternative. For a $3,000 payment, consumers can own their own short throw projector.
The New Short Throw Projector from Epson Can Render a Full HD 10-Foot Display
On Wednesday, Espon introduced on the market a new kind of TV. Instead of a large frame, the gadget has the shape of a small projector. People can place it only inches away from the wall and still have a splendid 10-foot display.
However, the new product might not be for those consumers with large pockets and a weakness for 4K TVs. Epson’s new Home Cinema LS100 can only render 1080p resolution. However, a top TV that offers a 4K experience can cost even $25,000 while Epson tagged its product for just $3,000.
The price tag can also beat any other decent Full HD TV of up to 10 feet diagonal. The short throw projector is offering all these perks plus clear image even with lights on. The technology that powers this product is a lamp-free laser system which is an upgraded version of the 2015 Epson LS1000.
Home Cinema LS100 Owners Can Connect Up to Three Devices at a Time
The description states that it has a life span of at least ten years. The projector can also reach full brightness in only 5 seconds after it’s been turned on. Another tech tweak consists of a 3LCD arrangement that erases any chances of an unwanted rainbow effect.
People can connect any devices they want to the Epson TV thanks to its three HDMI ports. The device is also capable of 4,000 lumens and delivers a contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1.