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Epson Home Cinema 1080p Projector Under $3k

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If you’re looking for a really big screen, say larger than 70-inches, the only way to go (unless your a squillionaire) is with a front projector. Even then, full 1080p resolution was still too expensive for most to afford, but Epson plans on changing that with this new projector.

Epson Powerlite Home 400

(Pictured above is the similarly styled Epson PowerLite 400)

Announced today, the new Epson PowerLite Home Cinema 1080 is a 3LCD projector with full 1920 x 1080 native resolution, and a retail price of just $2999. The projector boasts a 14-element lens system that can project images up to 120 inches diagonal, enough to fill just about any wall you’ve got. A 12,000 to 1 contrast ratio, HDMI 1.3 inputs, and horizontal/vertical lens shift are just a few of the bells and whistles you can expect from this new projector when it starts to start ship this April.

[via Electronista]