Epson makes a wide variety of projectors that are aimed at home theater and computer users. Typically, the best resolution you can hope to get on a projector is 1920 x 1080. Projectors in theaters have much higher resolutions in the area of 4096 x 2160.
Epson is most known for its line of printers and expensive ink cartridges. The company also makes a full line of scanners and other products as well including the P-6000 and P-7000 photo viewers aimed at professional photographers. Epson announced today that the two photo viewers, which we have talked about before, have gained a slick new feature.
Portable photo printers are great for those special occasions where you want to print photos right then to give out. They are also a great device for those who like to do their own scrap booking. Epson has announced a new printer called the PM225 PictureMate Charm that is portable and promises quality photos.
Epson has announced that the PowerLite AIO multimedia projector that it unveiled for education markets this year will be making its way into the retail market for business and home users to purchase. The all-in-one projector wraps a multimedia projector into a single chassis with speakers and a DVD player.
Epson has announced its second new home theater projector of the day. This time the projector is called the MovieMate 60 and is set to hit stores in October for $699. The all-in-one home theater system has an integrated CD/DVD player and a mic input along with stereo speakers in one device.
Football season is here and if you are watching your favorite team on a small TV that lacks HD capability, you really need to upgrade. If you are upgrading, you might as well go the full monty and get a huge image with a projector. Epson has unveiled its latest home theater projector called the Home Cinema 705HD.
Epson is big into a number of consumer electronics categories including printers and home theater projectors. The company has announced two new home theater projectors for the home user today called the PowerLite Home Cinema 8100 and the 8500 UB.
The saga of the LCD price fixing scandal still isn't over despite the fact that some of the world's largest makers of LCDs have pled guilty and been fined. Some of the executives involved in the case have been sentenced to jail time. So far, LG Displays, Sharp, Chunghwa Picture Tubes, and Hitachi Displays have all pled guilty in the scheme.