Epson has unveiled a very interesting and impressively affordable 2-D and 3-Dhome theaterprojector at CES 2013 called the PowerLite Home Cinema 750HD. The projector supports full HD resolution for 2-D content and 720p resolution for 3-D content. It offers 3000 lumens of color and white light output.
The projector is designed to be placed in an entertainment center or mounted on the ceiling anywhere from 3.5 to 35.5 feet from the wall or screen. The 750HD can throw an image up to 300-inches. It uses 3LCDtechnology and has a number of settings allowing you to adjust the picture ideally for your environment.
The projector also has a 1.2 times optical zoom lens. Connectivity options include component video, S-video, HDMI, and USB connectivity. The projector ships with a single pair of active RF 3-D glasses good for up to 40 hours of full charge. Epson promises the lamp life to be at least 5000 hours. The projector will ship in late March for $899.
Shane McGlaun Leading our review center, Shane McGlaun (Google) knows technology inside out. His
extensive experience in testing computer hardware and consumer
electronics enable him to effectively qualify new products and trends. If you want us review your product, please contact Shane.
Shane can be contacted directly at email@example.com.
The “geek mind” is concerned with more than just the latest iPhone rumors, or which company will win the gaming console wars. I4U is concerned with more than just the latest photo shoot or other celebrity gossip.
The “geek mind” is concerned with life, in all its different forms and facets. The geek mind wants to know about societal and financial issues, both abroad and at home. If a Fortune 500 decides to raise their minimum wage, or any high priority news, the geek mind wants to know. The geek mind wants to know the top teams in the National Football League, or who’s likely to win the NBA Finals this coming year. The geek mind wants to know who the hottest new models are, or whether the newest blockbuster movie is worth seeing. The geek mind wants to know. The geek mind wants—needs—knowledge.