Epson has introduced its new PowerLite Home Cinema 720, a new LCD-based projector aimed at entertainment enthusiasts who want to project 720p native content in their homes. The new device is coming to stores at the end of October for $1,299.
The PowerLite Home Cinema 720 features 3LCD technology inside. It can display 16:9 aspect ratio images and video, with no color break-up or “rainbow effect.” It displays images at up to 1,600 ANSI lumens brightness and at up to 10,000:1 contrast ratio. It uses 10-bit color processing, and can manage up to 100 percent vertical and 50 percent horizontal offset lens shift.
Other features include 1,024 steps of greyscale tracking, “Epson Super White” support and a built in Cinema Filter” that optimizes and expands the devices color space, providing richer colors with more intensity.
The PowerLite Home Cinema 720 features component video, RGB, S-Video and Composite Video connections. It also supports High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) and RS-232 connections.
Epson’s Web site had not been updated with information about the PowerLite Home Cinema 720 projector as Macworld posted this article.
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