COLOUR CHANGES EVERYTHING
99% say that Epson projectors offer the most vivid colours1
No one sells more projectors than Epson. Why? Because our projectors bring content to life, thanks to clear and vivid images, even in well-lit rooms.
Epson projectors have an equally high white and colour light output (CLO), meaning they deliver bright, vivid colours. These can be up to three times brighter than competing single-chip DLP projectors4.
Enjoy bright, vivid colours without it costing the earth. Epson projectors offer equally high white and colour light output, so your content will always look great without the need to spend more than you want on a projector with extra-high brightness. And to save you even more money, our projectors can give you up to 15 years' worth of entertainment thanks to bulb and filter life of up to 10,000 hours in eco mode2.
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In a comparative test, 99% of people identified Epson projectors as having the most vivid colours when compared with competing models1. Eight out of ten people said that Epson had the highest image quality, and that they would choose to watch their favourite film on an Epson projector3.
Comments included, "My favourite film is the Shawshank Redemption, and I would love to watch it on this. Brightness is very important for me, and this looks even better than a TV," and "This projector definitely looks best, it has fantastic quality."
“Brightness is very important for me, and this looks even better than a TV...”
Epson projector range
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Whether showing video and images on a big screen or delivering crisp, clear presentations, these versatile, high-quality projectors are ideal for business or the home office, as they are easy to move and quick to set up.
Epson's slim and lightweight ultra-mobile projectors are perfect for regular travellers who want a unit they can slip into luggage, but don't want to compromise on performance.
Make meetings a truly collaborative experience with intuitive, interactive all-in-one meeting space solutions that embrace unified communications, and remove the need for separate whiteboards and flip charts.
Epson's range of home cinema projectors uses many of the world’s most advanced technologies to guarantee a truly immersive home cinema experience.
1 Colour brightness (colour light output) is measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Colour brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. Leading Epson 3LCD business and education projectors were compared to leading one-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD data from June 2013 to May 2014 and PMA Research data from Q1 to Q3 2013.
2 Lamp and filter life of 10,000 hours in eco mode. Figure is based on a typical film length of 105mins when the projector is in eco mode. Only applies to the following models: EB-S31, EB-X27, EB-W31, EB-U04, EB-W29, EB-X31, EB-675W, EB-1450Ui.
3 In August 2015 Epson conducted a blind shootout between its 3LCD projector, EH-TW5200, and competing single-chip DLP projectors: BenQ TH681+, Optoma HD26; Acer H6510BD and Viewsonic PJD7822HDL. The competitor projectors have the same resolution as the Epson projector (1080p resolution (1920 x 1080), the same quoted lumen level as the Epson projector or higher, and minimum contrast ratio of 10,000:1.
Each projector was housed in a plain wooden box so that it its identity was hidden. Wires and remote controls were hidden and no projector brand or model names were mentioned. Epson engaged an independent company to conduct a survey of 206 members of the public who were shown four static images on a slide loop with all projectors set to the brightest default colour mode, established by testing with a lux meter. Viewers were asked questions including, “If you had to choose one of these projectors today, which one of these would you choose to own?”. Viewers had the option to state their preferred projector or select “none of these”. 83% chose Epson.
4 Colour brightness (colour light output) measured in accordance with IDMS 15.4. Colour brightness will vary depending on usage conditions. Leading Epson 3LCD projectors in the home entertainment segment (720p and 1080p) were compared to leading one-chip DLP projectors, based on NPD data from June 2013 to May 2014.