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Considering that Epson's highest-end HTIB is nearly two years old now, we'd say an update was definitely in order. Today, the outfit has just taken the wraps off of its next-generation Ensemble HD Home Cinema, which gets updated by way of including the PowerLite Home Cinema 6100 or Home Cinema 6500

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Considering that Epson's highest-end HTIB is nearly two years old now, we'd say an update was definitely in order. Today, the outfit has just taken the wraps off of its next-generation Ensemble HD Home Cinema, which gets updated by way of including the PowerLite Home Cinema 6100 or Home Cinema 6500

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Making sure to differentiate white and color output separately, Epson's PowerLite G5000 comes in with an even 4,000 lumen figure for both metrics. The 3LCD, XGA resolution projector also boasts some nice convenience features like 30-degrees of tilt and both horizontal and vertical lens shift so you

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Anyone who's even casually compared front projectors knows there's a lot more to performance than just the number of lumens spilling out the front lens. It turns out that seemingly simple metric is skewed as well, and Epson is going to adopt a Lumita-developed measurement called \"Color Light Output\"

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We caught sight of Epson's PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB quite a while back, but now it's available and on display at CES as the company's flagship home projector. If you've forgotten, this little beast boasts a 920 x 1080 full HD resolution, displays 1600 ANSI lumens, and a 75000:1 contrast ratio.

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We caught sight of Epson's PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB quite a while back, but now it's available and on display at CES as the company's flagship home projector. If you've forgotten, this little beast boasts a 920 x 1080 full HD resolution, displays 1600 ANSI lumens, and a 75000:1 contrast ratio.

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Epson's EH-TW3000 isn't much to look at, but we all know it's the innards that count. The 1080p beamer sports the company's 3LCD technology, a 20,000:1 contrast ratio, 2,000 ANSI lumens, a 10-bit video processing engine, whisper quiet design, twin HDMI 1.3 inputs and a 3-year warranty. In other wor

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Epson's really on a roll, though it's a shame said roll is one that's bordering on putting us into a deep sleep. After pumping out an uneventful trio earlier in the week, along comes three more that are equally drab. The EB S6 and EB X6 check in with SVGA and XGA resolutions, respectively, and both

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We'll cut right to the chase -- Epson's EX30 and EX50 PJs come packing SVGA (800 x 600) and XGA (1,024 x 768) resolutions, respectively, so we won't feel bad just hopping over those amateurs and going straight for the big fellow. The delightfully priced ($799) EX70 boasts a 16:10 aspect ratio, 1,28

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We actually spotted the PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB at CEDIA (see it there in the corner?), but given that Epson didn't make a peep about it, we didn't pay it too much mind. After all, that Pro Cinema 7500 UB was what was most interesting to us (and Epson, evidently). Nevertheless, the 1080p beam

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We actually spotted the PowerLite Home Cinema 6500 UB at CEDIA (see it there in the corner?), but given that Epson didn't make a peep about it, we didn't pay it too much mind. After all, that Pro Cinema 7500 UB was what was most interesting to us (and Epson, evidently). Nevertheless, the 1080p beam

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Epson's new trio at CEDIA wasn't all that spectacular per se, but three new 1080p projectors to choose from is always nice. The PowerLite Home Cinema 6100, Pro Cinema 7100 and Pro Cinema 7500 UB were all hanging out in Epson's smallish booth, and we stopped by to introduce 'em to our camera. See ho

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We figure Epson just couldn't find a way to work \"BFG\" into its gaming-optimized 720P projector, the EH-TW420, due out next month in the UK for £650 ($1,200). It looks like a pretty standard 3LCD projector that shines 2000 lumens bright across 1280 x 720 pixels, but you can flip those panels

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