Epson announced new home projectors for the Indian market
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Epson announced two new home projectors for the Indian market. The projectors have model numbers – EH-TW650 and EH-TW5650. These home projectors are said to provide a cinematic experience at home. The main of these projectors is to expose first-time consumers to cinematic or big-screen viewing pleasure at the comfort of their homes.

These projectors come with very simple set-up and ease of projection i.e. the corner and horizontal keystone slider allows media to be easily adjusted in the frame of the screen. EH-TW5650 comes with lens shift and 1.6times zoom features for the convenience of the user. EH-TW650 has a brightness of 3100 lumens with 15,000:1 contrast while EH-TW5650 has a brightness of 2500 lumens with 60,000:1 contrast.

Mr. Samba Moorthy, President, Epson India said,”Our two new home theatre projectors are packed with high-end features and HD connectivity to bring an immersive cinematic home theatre experience to users at amazingly affordable cost. We continue to bring improved specs and more innovative feature to our home projectors while bringing down the cost and making home theatre projectors more accessible for our customers in India. Epson’s position as the No.1 brand in India and worldwide is a testimony to our consistent efforts to deliver the best and innovative audio-visual technology.”

EH-Tw65o is priced at Rs. 58,999 and EH-TW5650 is priced at Rs. 95,999 respectively. These home projectors will be available exclusively via Amazon India.

About Epson: The Selko Epson KK is a Japanese company, the world’s largest manufacturers of printers, scanners, digital cameras, personal computers, laptops, integrated circuits, projectors, cash registers, industrial robots and LCD components counts. [According to Wikipedia]


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