By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi
Last updated : January 13, 2017 1:14 pm
The projector can deliver up to 3,000 lumens of color and white brightness and comes with a contrast ratio of 70,000:1.
Epson has announced a new home theatre projector known as EH-TW6700, in India. The projector comes with a price tag of Rs 1,29,759 and is available for purchase starting today at select retail stores and will be made available on company's online store soon.
The projector can deliver up to 3,000 lumens of color and white brightness and comes with a contrast ratio of 70,000:1. The device comes with with Epson trademark 3LCD technology which deliver realistic colours and give balanced, realistic, and vibrant images. The model boasts of a 1.6x optical zoom, vertical Â±60% and horizontal Â±24% lens shift for perfectly aligned images.
The projector also comes with Full HD RF 3D Glasses which can be connected smoothly without any transmission interference from obstacles in the room and one enjoy seamless 3D experience. The EH-TW6700 also features a unique 2D to 3D conversion function with three levels of image depth. The device offers different colour modes including Auto, Dynamic, Bright Cinema, Natural, Cinema, 3D Dynamic and 3D Cinema.
Other than this, the projector boasts two built-in 10W stereo speakers that the company claims can deliver life-like sound. The home theatre projector comes with up to 5,000 hours eco mode lifetime on the lamp, one could watch a 150 minute movie every day for five years without having to replace them. Epson also provides 2 year warranty for a carefree entertaining experience with the EH-TW6700. The device measures 410 x 163 x 304 mm and weighs 6.9 kg.
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