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EHTW8100
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Epson EH-TW8100

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2400 ANSI lumens; Extras: 3D conversion, …

It's stingy that at this price, the EH-TW8100 doesn't include at least a pair of 3D glasses, but that aside, it's a great projector that delivers excellent pictures with oodles of …

1 review

 

EB425W
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Epson EB-425W

Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: 2500 ANSI lumens; …

As an all-rounder, the EB-425W is difficult to beat. It's not perfect, since the fan is quite loud and running costs are high due to the price of the replacement lamps, but otherwise it does a …

1 review

 

EH TW 9100
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Epson EH-TW9100

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Epson's EH-TW9100W improves upon its predecessor by offering better performance and a more versatile wireless HD transmitter. Its 2D pictures are excellent, especially after fiddling around a …

2 reviews

 

 
EH-TW-5910
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Epson EH-TW5910

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2100 ANSI lumens; Extras: 3D conversion, …

While the TW6100 was a letdown for Trusted Reviews, the EH-TW5910 is a glorious comeback which, despite some issues such as its greyish black levels and some annoying crosstalk when playing 3D …

3 reviews | 12 opinions (Above average)

 

BrightLink 436 Wi
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Epson BrightLink 436Wi

Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 3000 ANSI lumens; Extras: Short throw

As long as you don't need the ultra-short throw distances of the 485Wi or 3D support, the BrightLink 436Wi is every bit as impressive as its more expensive sibling. For IT Reviews, it strikes …

1 review

 

VS-350W
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Epson VS350W

Projector Type: LCD; Extras: Keystone correction

While the lack of an HDMI port of the VS350W and its subpar video quality might be dealbreakers for some, its affordable price, great data quality and high brightness will appeal to many potential …

1 review

 

EH-TW 6100W
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Epson EH-TW6100W

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2300 ANSI lumens; Extras: Speaker, 3D-ready

The excellent 3D performance, decent running costs, inclusion of a pair of 3D glasses and amazing picture quality of Epson's EH-TW6100W make it a great proposition in Expert Reviews' eyes, …

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

EHTW5200
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Epson EH-TW5200

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: …

Slightly better contrast or a lower price tag would bring the EH-TW5200 even closer to perfection, but it's nevertheless a very impressive performer that provides a truly immersive gaming …

1 review | 22 opinions (Excellent)

 

EHTW6100
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Epson EH-TW6100

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2300 ANSI lumens; Extras: 3D-ready, Speaker

While it can't be said that the EH-TW6100 is a mediocre projector and there are aspects about it, such as its excellent shadow detail and superb brightness, which seem to justify the premium

1 review | 3 opinions (Above average)

 

More information at: Home Cinema Choice, 5/2013 Epson EH-TW6100 Everything about the EH-TW6100 seems to indicate that it's a mean, lean machine, especially since it's not exactly cheap either. But does it really deliver? … to review

EH-TW-3200 LCD-Projector
Epson EH-TW3200

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 1865 ANSI lumens; Extras: Lens Shift, 1080p

LCD projectors have come a long way and the EH-TW3200's pictures are very good indeed, thanks to its excellent optics and impressive contrast and black levels. However, in PC Plus' opinion,

6 reviews | 21 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: PC Plus, 7/2012 Epson EH-TW3200 It's not often that an LCD projector is billed as multimedia-capable, but nowadays it seems like the boundaries are becoming ever more blurry as colour-rendering tech improves. Is the EH-TW3200 an appropriate choice for film buffs, then? … to review

 
PowerLite 425 W
Epson PowerLite 425W

Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2500 ANSI lumens; Extras: Keystone correction, 3D- …

If you're in the market for a short throw projector, the PowerLite 425W is a solid choice in IT Reviews' opinion owing to its good data and video quality and excellent connectivity. There

1 review

 

More information at: IT Reviews, 10/2013 Epson PowerLite 425W WXGA 3LCD Projector The affordable price, ample connectivity and short throw capabilities of Epson's PowerLite 425W make it an interesting proposition on paper, but how well does it actually perform? … to review

MG-850-HD
Epson MG-850HD

HD-ready; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2800 ANSI lumens; Extras: Lens Shift, …

The compact, portable Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD projector has 2800 lumens brightness, two 10W integrated speakers and an iOS device dock. It has VGA, HDMI and USB inputs and DisplayLink allows you to

6 reviews | 5 opinions (Average)

 

More information at: TrustedReviews, 2/2012 Epson MG-850HD iPod projector The Epson MG-850HD is the UK's first projector to have an integrated iOS dock. Is this a gimmick or does it have great potential? … to review

PowerLite 1751 XGA 3LCD
Epson PowerLite 1751

HD-ready; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2600 ANSI lumens

The portability and good image quality of the PowerLite 1751 make it a very appealing proposition for business users, but it lacks wi-fi, so those who really need this feature should consider the …

1 review

 

EBW12
Epson EB-W12

HD-ready; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2800 ANSI lumens

Many small details make the EB-W12 worthy of Expert Reviews' 'Business Buy' award, namely its many inputs, ease of use, simple key correction system, sharp and clean pictures and its …

1 review | 14 opinions (Above average)

 

Epson EH-TW5900
Epson EH-TW5900

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2000 ANSI lumens; Extras: 3D-ready, Speaker

Almost everything about the EH-TW5900 is good news, according to PC Plus: colours are vibrant, whites are as pure as they come and even blacks are almost as good as on DLP projectors. PC Plus were …

4 reviews

 

EH-TW 9000W
Epson EH-TW9000W

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2400 ANSI lumens; Extras: Lens Shift, 3D- …

Due to its high input lag, the EH-TW9000W is not well suited to gaming, but nearly everything else about it is good news. Image quality is nothing short of superb, with excellent contrast even with

3 reviews

 

More information at: PCFormat, 9/2012 Epson EH-TW9000W Although it's true that high-end projectors can cost tens of thousands of pounds, the approximately £3000 that the EH-TW9000W demands is not exactly small change either. Considering there are excellent options for less than a third of that amount, does it make sense to even consider paying so much? … to review

EHTW3600
Epson EH-TW3600

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2000 ANSI lumens; Extras: 1080p

“Well-designed Full HD projector for large rooms that don’t necessarily have to be darkened.”

6 reviews

 

More information at: CHIP Test & Kauf, issue 4/2011 Projector for large rooms When it comes to picture quality, the Epson EH-TW3600 Light Power Edition is up there with the best ...

Epson EH-TW6000W
Epson EH-TW6000W

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Light source: High-pressure lamp; Projector brightness: 2200 ; …

In PC Format's opinion, there's too little difference between the EH-TW6000W and the EH-TW9000W to justify the £1500 price difference. Contrast levels are not as good, but elsewhere

4 reviews | 5 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: PCFormat, 9/2012 Epson EH-TW6000W Sometimes, the toughest competition to a product comes from its own stablemates. This is the case for Epson's EH-TW6000W, whose sole raison d'être seems to be to wipe out its more expensive sibling, the EH-TW9000W. … to review

EHTW2900
Epson EH-TW2900

Full-HD; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 1600 ANSI lumens; Extras: Lens Shift, 1080p

"While Epson's main focus this year seems to be on the higher end, higher-price section of the projection market, its mid-range TW2900 actually turns out to be a really quite exceptional

8 reviews | 5 opinions (Excellent)

 

More information at: What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, issue Awards 2009 Budget Epson cuts no corners The projector market is brutally competitive: witness the latest Epson, the EH-TW2900. At just £1100 ... it's one of the most affordable 1080p projectors around, yet its spec shows no signs of cost-cutting. ... … to review

Epson EB-W8D
Epson EB-W8D

HD-ready; Projector Type: LCD; Projector brightness: 2500 ANSI lumens

“Thanks to its integrated DVD player it is also suitable for open air cinema.”

2 reviews | 2 opinions (Excellent)

 

 

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Product information and further reviews

Epson hits the spot at the £1000 pricepoint What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 2/2011 - This is the first of two Epson projectors in the magazine this month. One is an older model with a new price - see the £2000-projector Group Test on p59. And this is a first look at the new £1300 model - the replacement for the first fine EH-TW3500. So what does your £1300 get you? ...

Epson projects the right image What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision 9/2010 - HEAD OVER TO whathifi.com and you'll see a clean sweep of four-star Epson projectors. Yes, they're four-star - 'very good' - reviews not five but undoubtedly plenty of manufacturers would relish that sort of consistency and quality. Will the company's £3000 EH-TW400 keep the company's end up?

Epson EB-W7 TechRadar UK 4/2010 - Sporting some clever design elements, the EB-W7 promises to be a solid all-rounder.

Epson EH-DM3 projector Pocket-lint.co.uk 1/2010 - If you've ever scoffed at the notion of replacing your flatscreen TV with a projector, then maybe the Epson EH-DM3 can make you reconsider. It can project pictures as big as 300''.

Epson EH-TW5800 LCD Projector TrustedReviews 6/2009 - Epson's flagship LCD projector, the EH-TW5800 comes after the TW3800, with which it shares many similarities. Black instead of white though, and with silver contrasts, noise, connectivity and footprint are all identical. With Full HD in both, what is there to explain the extra £1,400 in its pricetag? Review details: Single Test. One LCD projector was reviewed and rated on design, features, image quality and value.

Epson EH-TW4400 TechRadar UK 3/2010 - The Full HD EH-TW4400 is part of Epson's latest onslaught on the home cinema market.

Epson EH-TW3500 Computer Shopper 1/2010 - Epson's £1,300 EH-TW3500 is cheap compared to most other LCD projectors, apart from its sister EH-TW2900, which has a lower contrast ratio. Like most LCD projectors, it's quite large, so positioning it can be a challenge. Fortunately, the TW3500 has a movable lens, with vertical and horizontal lens shift wheels to control it.

Epson EMP-822 ZDNet 9/2007 - Epson recently released four multimedia projectors — the EMP-S5, EMP-X5, EMP-83 and the EMP-822 — all featuring improved brightness, increased security and reduced operating costs for the education and business markets. Each of the four projectors also use Epson’s patented low-cost E-TORL lamp, which has a typical life of 3000 to 4000 hours depending on operating mode (replacements cost around £250). As a result the models have a relatively low operating power consumption of 231 Watts and a standby consumption of just 5.8 Watts, making them all good choices for reducing your company’s carbon footprint.

Epson EMP-S4 Computer Buyer & Upgrades 10/2006 - Epson's budget projector is bright, cheap and colourful.

Epson EMP-TWD1 Computer Shopper 6/2006 - Setting up a home cinema projector can be a pain. Even with today's convenient bookshelf devices, such as Panasonic's excellent PT-AE900, you have to hook up a DVD player, audio amplifier and speakers before you can watch a movie. This is too much hassle for many, but Epson's EMP-TWD1 is considerably more convenient.

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