Epson recently announced its Powerlite 6100i multimedia projector, the latest to use the spiffy 3LCD technology that promises more natural color and brighter, more detailed images. This one's intended primarily for presentation use in business and education environments, which probably explains the lack of deets on inputs, but the rest of the specs look decent enough to use in a home theater, if you're so inclined. For $3,199 US you'll get XGA (1024 x 768) native resolution and a substantial 3,500 ANSI lumens of brightness, as well as useful features like a filtration system to keep out dust of of the projector's innards and networking capability to control the projector from remote locations. Epson also claims the built-in 5 watt speaker will provide "room-filling sound," but we'll let you be the judge of that. Look for it sometime next month.