The new projector combines Epson’s award-winning projection technology with a 16:9 full-screen display, newly modified contrast ratio and increased brightness to provide an even better level of quality image.
The PowerLite Home 10+ has the same attractive features as the original Home 10, but by modifying optical mechanics, Epson has increased the projector’s brightness by 200 ANSI lumens to 1,200 ANSI lumens for a more brilliant picture in all viewing environments. The contrast ratio has also been increased to achieve a maximum 800:1 from 700:1, producing sharper, more colorful images that are optimized for movie viewing.
The PowerLite Home 10+ features a 1.54x optical zoom lens that allows users more flexibility in positioning the projector in a variety of room sizes and can project an 80-inch image from only six feet away all the way up to a 300-inch image from 24.9 feet. With the convenient remote control, the Home 10+ lets users choose between four specific projection modes that automatically adjust the display to match different room environments and source materials. No installation is required to setup the Home 10+ making it easy to connect with both analog and digital systems, such as a TV/HDTV tuner, DVD player, camcorder, PC or video game console.
The EPSON PowerLite Home 10+ is now shipping to select specialty stores nationwide and customers can obtain further availability information by calling the Epson Connection at 800-463-7766. The PowerLite Home 10+ comes with a two-year limited warranty that includes two elite technical support services — Epson’s Private Line(SM) and Home Service Program — maintaining Epson’s commitment to first-rate service and support.
The PowerLite Home 10+ is built on Epson’s renowned 3-LCD display technology, now featuring Epson’s 0.55″ wide panels delivering a native 480p resolution and 16:9 aspect ratio. These panels produce superior image quality and contrast ratio.
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