Epson projector for on the move
Epson has launched its first portable laser projector, designed to be as flexible as possible for homeowners, in terms of both usability and design.
Available now, the EF-100W/B is Epson’s smallest projector measuring just 23cm along its longest edge.
Available in black or white casing, the EF-100W/B has bright, vivid and long-lasting laser technology enclosed in a compact and lightweight chassis.
Designed to be placed anywhere and project in any direction, Epson’s engineers have used a laser light source and located the vents and power inlet on the side. This gives homeowners more flexibility as to where they can project onto, such as a wall, ceiling or floor.
Able to project up to 150-in, the laser light source delivers a bright and vibrant picture, even in daylight, with no need to turn off lights, block windows or use a screen.
The auto picture adjustment feature can be used to avoid wonky and distorted images.
Content can be accessed from a phone, tablet, DVD player, games console or laptop by connecting it to the projector using the HDMI port. Streaming content is also available; devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Roku and Apple TV can be plugged in the back.
The plug and play design allows homeowners to use the built-in speakers, Bluetooth connectivity for sound bars or a headphone jack. A sound mode is also incorporated to reflect the type of content being shown.
The EF-100W/B is available now and priced at £999.99.