Epson Launched two new projector EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and Mini EF12 with Android TV. Epson, the world's number one projector maker, unveiled the first Android TV projector earlier this year. Now the business is back with two more strong projectors adding Android TV to the EpiqVision line, along with additional amenities including Yamaha's custom audio device.

Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and Mini EF12 Price

Epson would cost $1,999 for the EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and $999 for the Mini EF12 later this year. These costs are high, but EpiqVision buyers get access to preference service agents and a regular two-year full-unit replacement limited warranty, so perhaps one of these will be a safer long-term purchase than a lesser-known brand cheaper projector.

Epson EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and Mini EF12 Specification

Epson's newest additions are EpiqVision Ultra LS300 and Mini EF12. The projectors will accept material up to 4 K and up to 150 "diagonal for the EF12 and 120" for the LS300. Both offer advanced scene advanced colour correction and 3LCD technologies that show 100% of RGB colour signal for each frame without interfering rainbow or colour brightness problems. And since they operate Android TV, users have Chromecast cameras.

One of the most thrilling aspects is sound quality. Though not usually high-point projectors, both versions come with Yamaha designed hardware-specific sound systems. They contain components powered by a discrete amplifier and tuned using Yamaha's AudioEngine DSP technology and Dolby Digital.


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