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Home Theater

Epson Ships New Home Cinema Projector

The PowerLite Home 20, priced at just under $1,000, is 480p native resolution and projects an 80-inch widescreen image from 6.6 feet away.
Cool Tech

Epson Debuts Portable Multimedia Device

New P-4000 Multimedia Storage Viewer has an 80 GB hard drive which can store 75,000 images, over 25,000 songs or about 90 to 300 hours of video.
Home Theater

Epson Ships MovieMate 25 Home Projector

New home media projector from Epson offers up 480p resolution, 1,200 ANSI lumens and a built-in DVD/CD drive.
Home Theater

Epson PowerLite 760c, 765c Projectors

Epson's new Powerlite projectors use 802.11G WiFi technology are are supposed to be super quiet.
Computing

Epson Stylus Photo R2400

The Epson Stylus Photo R2400 is designed for professionals and artists and uses the company's UltraChrome K3 inks.
Computing

Epson Stylus Photo R1800

Not only does the Epson Stylus have the ability to make amazing photos, but print CDs as well!
Computing

Epson Stylus Photo Rx620 All-in-One

The new Epson RX600 allows you to print, scan, copy and restore slides, negatives and photos for vibrant color reprints or enlargements without a computer.
Photography

Epson Introduces Stylus Photo R1800 Printer

Epson's new Stylus Photo R1800 printer is fast and producing a 200 year ink life on whatever is printed.
Home Theater

Epson Cuts ‘Living Station’ Prices

This might not be a very good sign, but Epson has announced they will be cutting the prices on their 47W-inch and 57W-inch Living Station rear projection HDTV sets.
Photography

Epson Develops Rangefinder Digital Camera

Epson says the R-D1 is the world's first rangefinder digital camera. Introduced in Japan already, the R-D1 will be available in the U.S. in November.
Photography

Epson Shows Off L-500V 5MP Camera

Epson America Inc. is combining its exclusive LCD technology, Epson Photo Fine, with their new EPSON L-500V 5-megapixel digital camera.
Photography

Epson R320 Prints Directly On CD’s, DVD’s

The EPSON Stylus Photo R320 offers the flexibility to print incredible photos and print directly onto the surface of CDs and DVDs without having to use a computer.