Epson Home Cinema 640 keeps your household entertained with big screen goodness

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Epson is no slouch when it comes to projectors – be they for the home or at the office, Epson’s name is a seal of quality and assurance for those who would want a projector that simply works. Well, this time around, Epson hopes to continue in this rich tradition of theirs with the spanking new Epson Home Cinema 640 that claims to be able to offer up to three times higher color brightness compared to leading competitive projectors. How does it intend to go about this particular objective, then?

For starters, the Home Cinema 640 will boast of 3,200 lumens of color brightness and 3,200 lumens of white brightness in order to deliver vibrant image quality. This affordable 3LCD projector will be able to show images that are up to 300” in size, which makes it 25 times the size of a 60″ flat panel, bringing home big-screen fun without having to break the bank. Not only that, the Epson Home Cinema 640 will also come with built-in sound, versatile connectivity and flexible setup tools that will be able to let you set it up in virtually anywhere.

Not only that, it will come with an all-digital HDMI port for versatile connectivity, letting users view content from a range of devices which will include a cable or satellite box, Blu-ray player, gaming console or streaming device. Users are able to pick from one of four built-in special color modes that have been specially optimized to display the best possible quality and color in any environment, so that users can enjoy their favorite movies, TV shows and videogames without missing a beat. Not only that, the Home Cinema 640 will also feature built-in sound, easy setup and installation for flexible placement with horizontal image correction and Easy-Slide control technology. The asking price for the Epson Home Cinema 640 stands at $359.99 a pop.
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