Epson launches 25,000-lumen EB-L25000U 3LCD laser projector; aims to make significant inroads into the high-brightness segment
Like the EB-L1000 series, the 25,000-lumen EB-L25000U is designed for large venue applications, including concert halls, giant exhibition rooms, and outdoor signage.
A marquee feature on the WF-5621 is PrecisionCore, Epson's latest printhead technology. PrecisionCore first appeared in Epson's commercial systems, but is now being brought to desktop inkjet printers. We tell you if it's any good.
Epson held an event in conjunction with Mercedes AMG Petronas to show off some of the technology they're using to aid the racing team in their collaboration. Find out how Epson's tech fits the team's needs.
Epson's flagship home theater projector finally makes it to Singapore and it packs a whole lot of new technology. How does it compare with similar classed competitors? We had a firsthand encounter to share our experience, which goes beyond just great image quality.
The MG-850HD is a regular-sized 720p home entertainment projector with a built-in dock that features 2,800 lumens of light outputs, a 1.2x non-powered optical zoom lens, and a lamp life of 4,000 hours under typical use. Read on to find out if it delivers.
The Epson Moverio BT-100 is a head-mounted display with see-through lenses. You can watch movies, listen to music, surf the internet, and even play games on it. It's also designed for people on the move. Best of all, it runs Android, so function expandability is a given. Here's our verdict on this innovative gadget.
At a press event today, Epson unveiled six new 3D and two new integrated interactive projectors. Interestingly, not all six 3D projectors are aimed at home theater enthusiasts; a couple of them have education and business users in mind. As usual, we've all the info.
At one go, Epson Singapore has launched 13 new projector models at a press event today. We went up close with the world's brightest 3D home theater projector, a 720p projector with an iPod dock, and many more.
The Stylus Photo R3000 is Epson's newest A3+ photo printer targeted at professionals and advanced enthusiasts. It accepts nine ink cartridges, has a 2-picoliter minimum ink droplet size, is able to do disc printing, and sports built-in Wi-Fi. Are you tempted?
The 3LCD-based EB-1775W weighs a mere 1.7kg, and has a depth of only 44mm. Despite its diminutive size, it boasts brightness of up to 3,000 lumens. Come in and find out what else it's capable of. We're sure you'll be surprised.