Thursday, December 2

Epson Launches World’s Smallest 3LCD Laser Projector


If you’re in the market for a new projector, you’re in luck because Epson has just announced its first portable laser projector, the EF-100W/B. With its compact size and long-lasting and high-quality laser light source, this little gadget offers great functionality for home users and businesses alike.

Designed to be as flexible as possible for home users, the EF-100W/B is Epson’s smallest laser projector yet. Measuring just 23cm along its longest edge, this little gadget packs a powerful punch when it comes to entertainment. The device can be placed and project in any direction, delivering a bright and vibrant picture, even in daylight. There’s no need to turn lights off, block windows or even use a screen when using this projector.

The devices small size and laser light source gives users more flexibility as to where they can project onto such as a wall, ceiling or floor. It also has the capability to project up to 3.8 metres, making it ideal for super-sizing content. Offering a long-term and maintenance-free solution, the laser light source lasts up to 20,000 hours. That’s about 10 years of use if you use the projector on Eco Mode every day for 5 hours.

Accessing content from a phone, tablet, DVD player, games console or laptop is easy by inserting a cable into the HDMI port, and the plug and play design also incorporates flexible options for sound including built-in speakers, Bluetooth connectivity for sound bars or a headphone jack. Streaming content is simple too – devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast, Roku and Apple TV can be plugged in the back.

Suitable for home use and for the small business market, this little projector is ideal for home entertainment but will also appeal to sales people delivering presentations, professional photographers and designers showing their portfolio on location.

Available in 2 colours, black and white, the EF-100W/B is now available in South Africa at a recommended retail price of R16,999.

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