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Epson launches portable laser projector
Posted on 12-Aug-2019 20:27 | Filed under: News


Epson launches portable laser projector

Epson New Zealand has launched its first truly portable laser projector, designed to be as flexible as possible for home users, in both usability and design. The EF- 100W/B is extremely compact measuring just 23cm along its longest edge. The EF-100W/B makes Epson's bright, vivid and long-lasting laser technology available in a compact and lightweight chassis, in either a black or white casing.

 

By using a laser light source and locating the vents and power inlet on the side, the engineers at Epson have developed a projector that is compact and can be placed and project in any direction. This gives users more flexibility as to what they can project onto such as a wall, ceiling or floor. It also has the capability to project up to 150 inches - ideal for supersizing content.

 

Even in daylight, the laser light source delivers a bright and vibrant picture, so there's no need to turn lights off, block windows or even use a screen. Additionally, wonky and distorted images can be avoided by using the clever keystone auto picture adjustment feature.

 

Complementing its portable design, the EF-100W/B offers a swift and simple set-up. Users can launch the Welcome Guide to learn how to set up the projector and discover its key features. Furthermore, the remote makes it easy to navigate the user-friendly interface.

 

Accessing content from a phone, tablet, DVD player, games console or laptop is easy by inserting a cable into the HDMI port. Streaming content is simple too - devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast and Roku can be plugged in the back.

 

The plug and play design also incorporates flexible options for sound: built-in speakers, Bluetooth connectivity for sound bars or a headphone jack. There's also a sound mode to reflect the type of content being shown.

 

The EF-100W/B has been designed for style-conscious users. The white EF-100W features silver accents while the black EF-100B has copper edging. Both models feature rounded corners, minimal buttons and a tactile, leather- like finish.

 

Epson Australia MD Craig Heckenberg said, "The EF-100 is more than just stylish, portable and fun to use. It also offers great functionality for users with its compact size and long-lasting and high-quality laser light source. So whether you are watching a movie on the ceiling with your kids or enjoying widescreen adventures on the wall of any other room in your house, the EF-100 presents you with an excellent, affordable and creative display solution."

 

Key features:
• Stylish finishes (EF-100W white and silver/EF-100B black and copper)
• Compact (WxDxH/mm:210x227x88)
• Lightweight (2.7kg)
• Long-lasting and high-quality (laser light source)
• Vibrant and realistic images even in daylight (3LCD technology, 2,000lm, 2,500,000:1 dynamic contrast, WXGA resolution)
• Big display size (up to 150 inches)
• Project on almost any surface and in any direction (laser light source, vents and power inlet on the side)
• Stress-free set up (welcome guide, automatic keystone correction V +/- 45°, easy to use remote)
• Simple to stream content (1x HDMI 2.0,1x USB for power supply)
• Easy sound options (built-in 5W speaker, Bluetooth audio connectivity, headphone jack)
• Low fan noise (26db / 29db)

 

 

 



More information: https://www.epson.co.nz/ef-100-home- entertai...







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