Epson unveils new PowerLite Home Cinema 750HD projector

Shane McGlaun - Jan 7, 2013
Epson unveils new PowerLite Home Cinema 750HD projector

Epson has announced a new home theater projector that supports both 2-D and 3-D technology. The new projector is called the Home Cinema 750HD and it uses 3LCD technology. Epson also claims that the new projector is its brightest home theater projector offered so far.

The projector has 3000 lumens of color and 3000 lumens of white brightness allowing for better image quality in rooms that have more ambient light. The projector supports full HD resolution content and supports active shutter 3-D viewing at 720p resolution. The projector supports picture size up to 300-inches.

Epson designed the projector to be placed in an entertainment center or mounted to the ceiling. The projector uses Epson’s latest RF 3-D glasses promising up to 40 hours of use with a full charge up to three hours of use with a three-minute quick charge. The projector has a 1.2 times optical zoom lens to allow for positioning flexibility and has automatic vertical keystone correction.

Connectivity options include component video, S-video, HDMI, and USB connectivity. The projector ships with a single pair of 3-D glasses and promises a lamp life of up to 5000 hours. One of the most interesting features of the new projector is that it has a surprisingly affordable price of $899. The projector will be available in late March through select dealers nationwide and online via

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