Epson's Newest Projector Might Be Ready For Daytime Viewing
Epson is ready to shed some light on projecting images in the daytime with their newest Home Cinema 1450.
With an astronomical 4,200 lumens, the Home Cinema 1450 offers "3x higher color brightness than competitive models" including their own 3,200 lumens Home Cinema 640. Epson claims their 1450 can cast "vivid images even in well-lit rooms" and includes 1080p performance, side-by-side image display, and a host of connectivity options. The $1,500 powerhouse is shaping up to be one of the strongest on the market.
“The Home Cinema 1450 delivers an ultra-brilliant image, even in the living room with the lights on. Just plug the Home Cinema 1450 into a streaming or gaming device to transform it into a massive, vivid display for hours of entertainment," said Rodrigo Catalan, senior product manager, Projectors, Epson America.
A few additional specs include:
- 3LCD, 3-chip technology
- 2x HDMI ports
- Stereo mini audio out
- 5,000-hour normal lamp life, 10,0000-hour eco mode
- 1.57 (wide) and 2.58 (tele) throw ratio
- 45" - 260" projected distance size
- 16W speaker
- 1080p widescreen (16:10)
- Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and MHL-enabled device support