Epson Dropped A Portable Laser Projector For Your Extremely Extra Movie Nights

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Sometimes, when it's nice and starry outside, it'd be cool to sit outside and watch a movie. It's why there's such an appeal for outdoor movie cinemas.

But while dragging a massive TV out into the yard isn't particularly feasible, Epson is here to fill the gap with its new ultra portable laser projector.

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Coming in black and white, Epson's new EF-100 is tiny measuring at just nine-inches on its longest side and weighing in at 2.7 kilograms.

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Projectors, while a guaranteed fun time, have a weakness during the daytime, but the laser light source Epson's worked into their EF-100 is supposed to combat that.

Specs

  • Dimensions: 210mm x 227mm x 88mm
  • Weight: 2.7kg
  • Resolution: 3LCD technology, 2,000lm, 2,500,000:1 dynamic contrast, WXGA resolution
  • Display size: Up to 150 inches
  • Ports: 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x USB for power supply
  • Sound: Built-in 5W speaker, Bluetooth audio connectivity, headphone jack

Epson Australia MD Craig Heckenberg said its portability and quality will even let you realistically watch your favourite content on the ceiling.

"Whether you are watching a movie on the ceiling with your kids or enjoying widescreen adventures on the wall of any other room in your house, the EF-100 presents you with an excellent, affordable and creative display solution," Heckenberg said in a press release.

It'll set you back a full $1699 but considering it's more portable than a television, it's not a bad investment.

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