Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 delivers Full HD images without breaking the bank
Many of us have now gotten used to the presence of Full High Definition video in our living rooms, at the cinema, as well as on our smartphones. The thing is, while we would like the presence of a large screen TV in our living rooms or home theater setups, how many of us do prefer the projector over a TV? I would say that the answer would not be all that many, but this does not mean that growth and evolution in the home projector market has stalled. No sir, Epson has just debuted their family focused Full HD 2D/3D projector that is known as the PowerLite Home Cinema 2030, where it will be able to offer big screen, high value HD entertainment without requiring you to break the bank.
The Epson Home Cinema 2030 will be able to offer families and home theater enthusiasts an amazing, larger-than-life HD experience, where it sports bright and vibrant image quality regardless of where you set it up, not to mention the presence of a new MHL-enabled HDMI port will be able to turn this particular projector into a smart display as long as it plays nice with the other MHL-supported devices, such as a range of Android-powered phones and tablets, and the Roku Streaming Stick, of course.
Just what other kind of hardware will the Epson Home Cinema 2030 pack underneath the hood? Well, we are looking at built-in sound with the capability to add speakers, which would mean users are able to enhance their future movie experience accordingly, depending on their budget at that point in time. Not only that, it will be able to deliver 2,000 lumens of color brightness and 2,000 lumens of white brightness, all thanks to a 3LCD, 3-chip technology setup. The projector will ship with half a dozen pre-set color modes, so that users can play their favorite videogames or watch their favorite TV programs all the same, regardless of whether you are in a dark room or in a well-lit area.
Coming in a white, compact design, the Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 2030 will cost a relatively affordable $999.