A TV might be the standard, go-to display, but a projector can give you maximum flexibility. With the right projector, you can go from a cozy living room watch party to an expansive backyard theater with minimal effort. A projector can beef up your home theater or spice up your office’s meeting room. And, Epson’s array of projectors can cover all your bases.
The home theater has its new champion in the Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS500. This laser projector makes setup simple, thanks to its short throw ratio. You can simply position it near your wall, and it’ll project a massive image up to 130 inches across. That display size will make for a stunning home theatre that’s only improved by the 4K HDR1 viewing experience. It even has stereo 10W speakers and Android TV2 built in to be an all-in-one solution.
Epson EpiqVision™ Ultra LS500
Forget the 75-inch TV with this short-throw projector that can give you a 130-inch image with 4K PRO-UHD3 Projection Technology
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For a projector that you can easily take from your living room to your backyard, the Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 Streaming Laser Projector is a compact option – less than 7 inches in every dimension – that still offers a 1080p picture up to 150 inches with HDR. Its 1,000-lumen3 brightness ensures you get a clear picture even if the sky isn’t pitch black, and it has built-in Android TV2 and 5-watt stereo speaker system custom-designed by Yamaha to keep setup incredibly simple.
Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12
The Epson EpiqVision Mini EF12 is as portable as it is powerful with bright laser projection you can use for the ultimate backyard movie night.
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If you’ve got a large room and want a projector that’ll sit at the back of it, the Epson Home Cinema 880 is built for you. It blasts a brilliant 3,300 lumens3, which is easily bright enough to see on your projection screen even if you haven’t turned all the lights off. And, you can project the image up to 300 inches – most TVs are barely a fifth that size, and even those bigger ones can cost a lot more than this projector.
Epson Home Cinema 880
A simple home projector can have a big impact. How big? How about up to 300 inches.
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The big-screen treatment doesn’t have to be limited to just your home. Epson also makes projectors for the office. If your small business could use an upgrade for presentations, the Epson VS260 can give you up to a 350-inch display. For more collaborative work, the Epson Pro EX9240 puts out an even brighter and sharper picture, and it comes with built-in support for Miracast to easily share your screen wirelessly.
Epson Pro EX9240
Don’t leave your team squinting at a small screen across the room. The Epson Pro EX9240 can give you a big, bright display perfect for presentations, spreadsheets, video conferencing, and videos.
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Whether it’s work or play, at home or in the office, indoors or outdoors, Epson’s array of projectors has you covered. Explore their projector buying guide and find your perfect Epson projector. And, to celebrate Epson’s Backyard Movie Month, a number of Epson projectors are on sale here.
1 HDR performance available with select devices. For more information, see www.epson.com/hdrcompatibility
2 In order to use the Android TV, the device must be configured on a network via a wireless connection of 5 Mbps or faster.
3 Color brightness (color light output) and white brightness (white light output) will vary depending on usage conditions. Color light output measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4; white light output measured in accordance with ISO 21118. For POS stickers only this disclaimer may be used instead: See product's specification notes at manufacturer's website.