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Epson unveils Cinema 710HD home theater projector

Epson unveils Cinema 710HD home theater projector

Epson has unveiled an affordable high-definition home theater projector, the PowerLite Home Cinema 710HD. The projector is a versatile home entertainment solution for enjoying movies, games, and sports programs. It's designed for families and first-time home theater enthusiasts, offering 720p resolution for screen sizes up to 120-inches.

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Parrot AR.Drone controlled via wearable Android headset

Parrot AR.Drone controlled via wearable Android headset

Ever since first coming to the market, Parrot's AR.Drone has found a wide variety of uses thanks to its agile nature combined with a camera able to pipe video directly to your smartphone. Controlling the drone and seeing video on such small screens hasn’t always been ideal, though. Thomas Sohmers, tech geek and inventor, has come up with an alternate method of controlling the drone while keeping an eye on the feed.

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Intel plays Ultrabook matchmaker to boost production

Intel plays Ultrabook matchmaker to boost production

Intel is matchmaking vendors and manufacturers in an attempt to ensure the success of its ultrabook segment, pushing brand names into the embrace of ODMs promising ultraportables as cheap as $599. Epson, Onkyo, ViewSonic, Mustek, Motion Computing, WiPro and Positivo have all placed orders with Pegatron and ECS, DigiTimes reports, after Intel put them altogether for notebook speed-dating .

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Epson Moverio BT-100 video glasses have see through lenses

Epson Moverio BT-100 video glasses have see through lenses

I have used a bunch of different video glasses over the years for reviews and what not. I have never once had a pair of video glasses in my hands that I would remotely consider wearing in public. A geek has his limits after all. The new Moverio BT-100 video glasses have the same ugly style that most of this sort of gadget offers with some notable differences. The first difference is that on the tiny models skull, the glasses look wider than others on the market do.

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Epson MegaPlex Projectors provide big screen viewing for iPod, iPhone, and iPad

Epson MegaPlex Projectors provide big screen viewing for iPod, iPhone, and iPad

Epson has launched a pair of new projectors that are aimed at the users of Apple iOS gear like the iPod touch, iPhone, and iPad. The new projectors are both in the MegaPlex line and there are two models. The two models include the MG-850HD and the MG-50. Both of the projectors share some of the same features. Both of them have a rear dock where the Apple gear sits to send the video out to a much larger screen.

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