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Epson’s Ultra-Short Throw Projector Transforms Any Room Into A Theatre

The world-leading manufacturer of projectors, Epson, has announced the launch of the world’s first 3LCD ultra-short throw laser home theatre projector, the EH-LS100. It promises to bring big-screen visuals to homes without the hassle of installation or mounting.

Just find a white, empty wall, and the Epson LS-100 will grant you a visual spectacle like no other. Image: Epson

Capable of projecting screen sizes between 70 to 130 inches, the EH-LS100 offers WUXGA full HD resolution with brightness levels of 4,000 lumens, ensuring extraordinary performance in a variety of lighting conditions.

Deep blacks and vivid colours are little issue with a high contrast ratio of 2,500,000:1, ensuring an immersive home theatre experience.

The ultra-short throw capability of the Epson EH-LS100 delivers a 100-inch projection just 26cm from the wall, offering a perfect solution for inhabitants of small apartments, or perhaps rooms with an obstructive ceiling fan preventing a safe ceiling-mounted option. With such a convenient placement, the EH-LS100 wouldn’t be located much differently from a television screen or a hi-fi set-up.

With its innovative laser light source technology, EH-LS100 delivers 20,000 hours of viewing, without the need for maintenance or lamp replacement – more than a whopping 12 years of usage if viewed about 4 hours per day.

Connectivity is its forte – with its direct in-built Wi-Fi, users can enjoy seamless and smooth wireless projection with their Android or Apple iOS mobile devices. It also comes with 3 HDMI ports that enable up to three devices to be connected to each projector, and then managed with a single remote control.

In-built 16-watt speakers promise to wow, without the use of an amplifier or separate  speakers.

Available now at all Epson authorised retail stores, the Epson EH-LS100 retails at SGD4,688

Ian Ling
http://uncommontragedy.com
Ian is the resident Tech Monkey and Head of Content at VR Zone. His training in Economics and Political Science is at the basis of his love for journalism and storytelling. A photographer by passion, and an audiophile by obsession, Ian is captivated by all forms of tech that makes enthusiasts tick.

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