Epson launches new compact 4K PRO-UHD home entertainment projector, EH-TW7000
Epson, the number one projector manufacturer worldwide, has launched a new home entertainment projector, the EH-TW7000, that is powered by the latest 4K PRO-UHD technology for the beginner home projector enthusiast. The projector is currently priced at RM6,238.
The EH-TW7000 projector is engineered to deliver an exceptional home theatre viewing experience at an affordable price point with up to 3,000 lumens of equal color and white brightness for bright, vivid images with brilliant colour.
One of Epson’s most compact and affordable 4K PRO-UHD projectors to date, the new home entertainment model uses advanced processing technologies for resolution enhancement, colour and image processing that’s able to upscale Full HD contents.
“With the EH-TW7000 projector, Epson continues to expand its line of 4K PRO-UHD solutions for a high quality, immersive viewing experience across a range of viewing environments. The EH-TW7000 packs together the brightness, colour accuracy and features at more affordable price points, providing the ultimate 4K blockbuster home theatre experience,” said Daisuke Hori, Managing Director of Epson Malaysia.
The EH-TW7000 projector has a range of connectivity options to media devices, including its ‘smart projector’ feature, where users can easily plug a USB-powered media device to enable screen mirroring. It includes Bluetooth wireless speaker support and aptX™ compatibility.
With support for the latest 18 Gbps HDMI 2.0 specification, the projector displays exceptional 4K HDR content at full 60 fps from the latest streaming devices and gaming consoles. With a wider HDR range, the projector delivers brighter images with greater accuracy in brightness adjustments.
The EH-TW7000 projector features Epson Precision Lens technology, a proprietary multi-element Precision Glass structure for outstanding image clarity and focus uniformity. Designed for flexible installation, the projectors come with wider lens shift range – up to ±60 percent on the vertical axis and up to ± 24 percent on the horizontal axis.