Epson Unveils an Affordable 4K Projector

Upgrade your home theater for $2,000 USD.

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Epson has released the Home Cinema 4010 projector with HDR10 and proprietary 4K PRO-UHD technology to enhance your viewing experience at home. Electronics manufacturer LG also launched a 4K HDR projector earlier this summer, but Epson’s version is one of the lowest price point we’ve seen for this technology at just under $2,000 USD. Utilizing the company’s advanced pixel-shifting to enhance resolution, 3 LCD technology and DCI-P3 wide color gamut, the output is a crisp and immersive 4K experience with smooth transitions. The HDR also boasts a contrast ratio up to 200,000:1 for bright colors and details in dark scenes and a projected distance of 50” – 300”.

The Home Cinema 4010 is available now at Epson’s website and other electronic retailers for $1,999.99 USD.

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