Epson 13.4-inch A4 e-paper prototype unveiled

You could be forgiven for thinking E Ink have cornered the e-paper market; after all, their Vizplex displays are currently used by Amazon’s Kindle, Sony’s Reader and eBook ranges from multiple other dedicated manufacturers.  Seiko Epson might give you cause to think again, however, having just unveiled a 13.4-inch, A4-sized screen at SID 2008.  That’s almost twice as large as the company’s previous display, which measured in at a mere 7.1-inches.


Epson unveils Two Entry Level D7 LCD Panels

Following their huge success on D7 1080p announcement in August last year, Seiko Epson Corporation unveils two more D7 LCD panels at entry level resolution of 1280×800 to start in production level at mass scale. The L3D05X series 8-type 0.56 and 0.74 type L3D07X-8 series are both high-temperature polysilicon TFT LCD panel that capable to produce high lumens count of 2000-3000 lumens.


Battle of the affordable 1080p D7 LCD projectors

The 3 latest and greatest LCD projectors based on Epson-manufactured D7 Panels with C2 Fine Technology are selling at below $3000 with no rebate. The lowest price is Sanyo PLV-Z2000, street price at $2450 + $300 rebate and it’s going for much quiet operation at 19db, Dynamic CR of 15,000:1 and 1200 lumens. This is their first entry in 1080p LCD, least aggressive spec compare to the rest but has a neat direct access to blow dust blob on the go.


Epson launches a pair of new projectors

So Epson is trying to increase their market share in the projector market, blah, blah, blah. I don’t know about you, but all I really care about is the projectors, so, onto the projectors!

The first, the EMP-TWD10, is sporting a 1200 ANSI lumen brightness, a 720p native resolution, a respectable 1000:1 contrast ratio. It also has a base that the projector rotates on top of and a horizontal/vertical lens shift which allows you to adjust the screen to whatever you need.


Epson jumps into the Linux PC market

When you hear the name EPSON, what images come to your mind? Mine, like many of you I’m sure goes to inkjet printers, or even scanners. But Linux-powered PCs? That one never crossed my mind.


Epson wins first round of lawsuit against illegal cartridge manufacturers

We all know that manufacturers make a ton of money off of ink cartridges. We know this because we fork over a lot of money for a piece of plastic, a chip and a few drops of ink. So naturally, as consumers we try to find the cheapest possible prices on said cartridges. For some, they find it cheaper to purchase their ink from manufacturers overseas. Don’t expect to continue doing that for long.


Epson EMP-TW1000 HD Projector

This new and very sexy projector from Epson, named the EMP-TW1000, boasts full 1080p high definition capability, 1200 lumens, 2.1x optical zoom, hand held remote, and an amazing 12000:1 contrast ratio. Expected to launch in Japan very soon for around $3000. No word yet on when its heading to the States.

Epson goes full 1080p HD with EMP-TW 1000 projector [Via: MobileMag]

Epson Portable Printer

Print on the go with Epson. In collaboration with design firm, Industrial Facility, Epson Japan has developed a portable printer with built-in 2.5 inch LCD for previewing pictures and an IR port for printing from compatible mobile devices. Bluetooth connectivity upgrade is also an option. Currently only available in Japan.

Portable Printer With Built-In LCD [Via: Coolbuzz]

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