Epson MovieMate 60 home theater projector


Epson isn’t done with their new projector releases just yet, having rolled out the Epson MovieMate 60 home theater projector which is touted to be the lightest, brightest and most versatile offering that fall under Epson’s innovative line of “all-in-one” home theater projectors. It will merge the functions of a wide range of devices, including a high-quality, high-brightness projector, a CD/DVD player (no Blu-ray here, but at least it will help keep the final cost down), a microphone input for those crazy big-screen karaoke sessions and stereo speakers in a single, portable unit. Talk about having an affordable, easy-to-use and versatile solution for home entertainment that can be used in just about any room, and even carried with you and your family on your vacations.

Some of the features found on the Epson MovieMate 60 include the following :-

  • Sleek, compact design
  • Built-in handle and cushioned carrying case
  • Projecting a 16:9 widescreen 60-inch image from only six feet away or a 120-inch image from just 12 feet away
  • Built-in progressive scan standard definition 540p resolution DVD/CD player
  • Great sound quality using two built-in ten watt 5.1 Dolby Digital DTS speakers
  • Integrated microphone jack to allow for voice amplification – great for narrating a slide show, karaoke and more
  • Compatible with Apple iPod, Nintendo Wii, Sony PlayStation 3 and Microsoft Xbox 360
  • New, brighter, energy-efficient E-TORL lamp with 2,000 lumens white and color light output to maximize brightness and uniformity so viewers can enjoy the projector even in well-lit rooms
  • No additional cables needed for easy set-up and portable flexibility

If you’re interested in bringing home the Epson MovieMate 60 with you for your family to enjoy a big screen experience from this year onwards without breaking the bank, you’ll be pleased to know that the device will be available from next month onwards via a variety of channels including national resellers, where it is going for an estimated street price of $699.

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