Epson has introduced four new home theater projectors — the Home Cinema 2250, 2200, 1080, and 880.
The Home Cinema 2250 and 2200 feature built-in Android TV for streaming from popular apps including Hulu, HBO, and YouTube. The 2250 and 2200 also include a remote with built-in Google Assistant for voice search capabilities. With added support for the gaming community, the Home Cinema 2250 and 2200 offer gamma uplift and 21:9 ultra-wide images to help gamers easily see dark areas and enjoy a wider viewing gameplay angle.
Epson’s latest home cinema models leverage 3-chip, 3LCD technology and dynamic contrast ratios. Equipped with built-in speakers, picture adjustments, and four color modes, users can power on the projectors to enjoy their favorite movies, games and more.
Epson Home Cinema 1080 (image credit: Epson)Additional features include:
The Home Cinema 2250 (MSRP $999.99), Home Cinema 2200 (MSRP $899.99), Home Cinema 1080 (MSRP $749.99), and Home Cinema 880 (MSRP $599.99) are available now through select retailers and the Epson online store.
The new projectors come with Epson’s service and support, including toll-free access to Epson’s PrivateLine priority support and standard two-year, full-unit replacement warranty.
For more information, visit epson.com.